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Foreword 



It's a steep hill to climb, this arduous ascent to the summit- 
our becoming Seniors. It is filled with varied and lengthy 
assignments, worries, and numerous frustrations. But just when 
we appear ready to despair, the going seems to be made easier 
by the various activities we participate in along the way. The 
club meetings, rallies, and dances are as much a part of our 
thigh school years as the examinations. And when at last i.r 
goal is in sight and we reach the peak, our accomplishment be- 
comes even more satisfying when we realize that our challenges 
have been offset by many enjoyable experiences. 

We, the 1965 Torch vStaff, have tried to recapture many of 
the events that have made our Senior year a memorable one, 
arid we truly hope that we have succeeded. 



Editor-in-Chief 



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Table of Contents 





Dedication 




Its. Hovanasian is one of the many outstanding faculty 
inembers at Tenney High School. 

In addition to striving constantly to make her speech classes 
jresting and productive, she is also active in many areas of 
"Student life. But the one project for which the Seniors hold 
her dear is the production of their class play. Working with 
the cast, advising and supervising, she was instrumental in 
making our play the best ever presented. 

With immeasurable pride we the 1965 Torch Staff dedicate 
this yearbook to Mrs. Hovanasian, who has given her time 
and her many talents to the student body of Tenney High. 




Superintendent of Schools 

Mr. Walter B. Ingalls 



Administration 




Mr. Urville J. Beaumont 




Principal 



No words can express the gratitude that I have in 
my heart for the fine young people who have made up 
the class of 1965. It has been, on the whole, a very en- 
joyable school family. 

Success and happiness are my sincere wishes to the 
entire class. 




Assistant Principal 

Mr. W. Earl Lister B.A., M.A 



Guidance Director 

Mr. Alfred N. Law 
B.S., Ed.M. 






Dean of Girls 

Miss Dorothy Chadwick 
B.S., Ed.M. 




MISS CAROL BAILEY 
Sargent College, B.S. 
Gym Instructor 
Girls' Hockey, Basketball 
and Softball Coach 





MR. PAUL CONSTANTINEAU 
Wentworth Institute 
Woodworking 



MISS PATRICIA BRETT 
Nasson College, B.S. 
College English 



MR. JOHN BURKE 
Norwich University, A.B. 
Driver Education Instructor 



MISS ALICE COULSON 
Trinity College, B.A. 
Calvin Coolidge, Ed.M. 
College English 








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MISS ROSE DANIELIAN 
Boston College, B.S. 
Calvin Coolidge, Ed.M. 
World and American 
History 



MRS. CLAIRE DERBY 
Cornell University, B.A. 
Latin 1, 2 

Commercial English 



MISS MILDRED DINEEN 
Caldwell College for 

Women, A.B. 
The Catholic University 

of America, M.A. 
American History 
French I 




MISS KATHLEEN DORAN 
Boston University, B.S. 
Calvin Coolidge, Ed.M. 
Stenography, Bookkeeping 
Head of Commercial Department 



MR. ROBERT FRADETTE 
Marist College, A.B. 
University of New 
Hampshire, M.S. 
Math ; Advanced Ma'h 
College j^Igebra / ) 



MR. GERARD GAGNE 
Merrimack College, B.A. 
Salem Teachers' 
College, Ed.M. 
French 1, 2, 3, 4 





MR ALBERT GOEBEL 
Merrimack College, A.B. 
Salem Teachers' 
College, Ed.M. 
Problems of Democracy 



MR. WILLIAM GOSSELIN 
Arizona University, B.A. 
Salem State College, Ed.M. 
Gym Instructor 
Football Coach 




MRS. LILLIAN HERSHFIELD 

Temple University, B.S. 
Salem Teachers' College, Ed.M. 
College English 



MR. JOHN HANNIGAN 
Georgetown University, Ph.B. 
Calvin Coolidge, Ed.M. 
American History 



MR. JOHN HEGGARTY 
St. Michael's College, A.B. 
Salem Teachers' College, Ed.M. 
Senior Math 




MRS. SHIRLEY HOVANASIAN 
Syracuse University, B.S. 
Speech 




MR. THOMAS JENNINGS 
Boston University, B.S., B.A. 
Salem Teachers' 

CoUege,^) 
General and Gi 

Englisj)/ 



MR. ALFRED JONES 
Virginia Union 

University, A.B. 
Commercial and General 
English 




MRS. MILDRED KERN 
Keene Teachers' 
College, Ed.B. 
Indiana University 
Food and Clothing 



MISS RUTH LANGE 
Salem Teachers' 
College, B.S. 
Boston University, Ed.M. 
Office Practice 



MRS. RUTH LOCKABY 
Boston University, B.S. 
Geometry 




MISS MARTHA LANGE 
Radcliff CoUege, A.B. 
Harvard University, Ed.M. 
German 1, 2 
Librarian 



MR. MAURICE LaCHANCE 
MarisI College, B.A. 
French 2 




MR. PETER MAZZAGLIA 

University of Alaska 
Merrimack College, A.B. 
College and General 

Biology 
General Math 
Algebra 1 





MR. JOSEPH MELIA 
Boston University, B.S., EdM. 
Art 1,2 



MR. JOSEPH McCOMISKEY 
Merrimack College, B.S., B.A. 
Mocfem Geometry 
Algebra 2 



MR. JAMES McDERMOTT 
St. Anselm's College, B.A. 
Salem Teachers' College, Ed.M. 
Senior Science 




MRS. MILDRED MONROE 

Jackson College, A.B. 
College English 




MRS. MARY MORAN 

Notre Dame College, B.A. 
Business Training 
Bookkeeping 1 
Typing 1, 2 



MRS. MARGARET MORGAN 
New Rochelle College, B.S. 
Typing 1, 2 



MR. JOHN O'WRIL 
Fitchburg State 
Visual Aids 




MISS JOAN PAPA 
Emmanuel College, B.A. 
Italian I, 2 
Russian 

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MR. JOSEPH PAPPALARDO 
Merrimack College, B.S. 
Middlebury College, A.M. 
Boston State, Ed.M. 
American History 



MR. BERNARD 

Salem Teachers' 
College, Ed.B! 
ProlSlems 
/Geoirap: 





MRS. FRANCES RICHARDSON 
Jackson College, A.B. 
French 2 
Department Head 




MR. JOHN RIMAS 
Merrimack College, B.Al , 
General English I JL * , 






MR. WILLIAM RUSSELL 
St. Anselms"College^ A.B. 
Salem State College, Ed.M. 
Chemistry 
Physics 



MISS EVELYN RUSHTON 
Colby College, B.S. 
Calvin Coolidge College, Ed.M. 
College Enghsh 
Department Head 



MR. LEONARD RUSHTON 

Colby College, B.S. 

Calvin Coolidge College, Ed.M. 

Portia, College, M.A. 

Law anJ Economics 




MISS CLAIRE ST. PIERRE 

Salem State College, B.S. 
Boston University, Ed.M. 
Bookkeeping 1, 2 



MISS MARJORIE SHERMAN 

Smith College, B.A. 

Calvin CooUdge College, Ed.M. 

Algebra 1, 2 

Department Head 



MISS ELIZABETH SMITH 
Emmanuel College, A.B. 
Calvin CooUdge College, Ed.M. 
World History 




MISS RUTH WRIGHT 
University of New 
Hampshire, A.B. 
Calvin Coolidge College, Ed.M. 
World History 
Department Head 




MISS JOAN ZANNINI 
Emmanuel College, B.A. 
Biology 
Chemistry 




MR. GEORGE WINN 
Georgetown University 
Professional Engineer 
Mechanical Drawing 1, 2 



MR. JOHN ZIMINSKI 

Calvin CooUdge College, B.A. 
Merrimack College, B.S. 
Salem State College, Ed.M. 
College Biology 1 3 



Custodians and Cafeteria Personnel 





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RICHARD J. ASMEGA 
"Dick" 

"Pleasure and laughter, that's 
all he's after." 

Ambition: To become a suc- 
cessful business executive and 
a known musician 
Ski Club 4 



KENNETH A. AUCLAIR 

"Mouse" 

"If having fun were a crime, 

Kenny would be serving a life 

sentence." 

Ambition : Forestry 

Class Vice Pres. 1, 2; Cadets 

1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1. 2, 3, 4; 

Ski Club 3, 4; Senior Play 



ELAINE J. BALCIUS 

"Always laughing always gay, 
that's Elaine in every way." 
Ambition: To live in Florida 
National Honor Society 3, 4; 
College Club 3, 4; French Club 
3, 4; Ski Club 3; Blue & 
White Staff 4; Softball 1; Bas- 
ketball 1, 2; German Club, Sec. 
4 



ROBERT R. BARIL 

"Bob" 

"Quiet and shy, but quite the 
guy." 

Ambition: To join the Navy 
Cadets 1, 2; Track 3 



JAMES E. BARRETT 
"Jungle Jim" 

"Happy, lively, and full of 
fun." 

Ambition: To become a law- 
yer 

Cadets 1, 2 




"Our high school" 




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VIRGINIA E. AMISS 
"Gina" 

"Always full of fun you bet; 
just the gal you can't for- 
get." 

Ambition: To be happy and 
successful in whatever I do 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Art Club 
4; Ski Club 4; Talent Show 
2, 3 



JOSEPH R. ANGELARI 
"Joe" 

"His witty talent for telling 
jolceB, keeps his friends the 
gladdest of folks." 
Ambition: To achieve success 
in whatever I attempt to do 





"I knew these new school hours were too early, yawn!" 



PETER BASHKOIAN 
"Pete" 

"The tliingA in life that I 
likr host ; Arc IoIb of eatn 
and all the rest." 
Amhition: To fiirlhrr my^du-/! 
ration 




FREDERICK R. BEELEY 

"Fred" 

"Impish emilc, dancing ryes, 
always gives us a big surprise." 
Ambition: To be a healing 
contractor 
Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4 



JOYCE LOUISE BEELEY 
"Bealle-Bug" 

"Joyce is terrific ; slie'f" sliarp 
and she's twel) ; all of your 
problems to hrr yoii ran tell," 
Amhition: To he a good secre- 
tary or teacher 

Blue & While Staff 2. .1. Cir- 
culation Man. 4; Yearbook Staff 
Treasurer 4 ; Art Club 4 ; Busi- 
ness Club 4; Ski Club 4 



DONNA BELANGER 
"Dino" 

"She laughs as she comes, she 
laughs as she goes ; but what 
about, nobody knows." 
Amhition : PrActiral nurse 
Various (^tnimittees 




JOHN BERGERON 
"Boh" 

"When I'm right, no one re- 
members; when I'm wrong, no 
one forgets." 



Ambition: To 
Football 1. 2. 
3. Pres. 4 



be a 

3, 4; 



success 
Ski Club 



JEANNE M. BESHARA 
"Shorlrul" 

"Look at her and you will 
see what a good young girl 
ought to be." 

Ambition : To be a secretary 
National Honor Snriely 3. 4; 
Majorette 3, 4; Blue A White 
Staff Business Man. 4 : Year- 
book Rep. 4; Business Club 
4 ; Pres. Talent Show 3. 4 




"M&M's don't melt in your hand, they meh in your pocket. 



DIANA L. BROWN 
"Brownie" 

**It is true! Blondes do have 
more fun.'* 

Ambition : To become a certi. 
fied dental assistant 
Art Club 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; 
Ski Club 4; Talent Show 4 



OVIDE BRUDO 
"Ovy" 

"A newcomer to our class in 
this the best of our years, was 
Ovide Brudo who is every bit 
as intelligent as he appears." 
Ambition : Radar Operator 
Football 4 



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MAUREEN E. BESHARA 
"Moe" 

*'Saucy nose . . . jet black 
hair . . . Peppy . . . pretty . . . 
so beware." 

Ambition : To be a secretary 
Cheerleader 4; Junior Historical 
Society 1, 2; Ski Club 4; 
Business Club 4 ; Art Club 
Treas. 4; Talent Show 4 





WILLIAM P. BLOUIN 
"Red" 

"It is tranquil people who ac- 
complish much." 
Ambition : A career in T.V. or 
radio 

Baseball 1; Football 1; Year- 
book Rep. . 



THOMAS BRYANT 
"Tom" 

"Who loves not women, wine 
and song remains a fool his 
whole life long." 
Ambition : To attend college 
German Club 4; Ski Club 3, 
4; College Club 3. 4; Physics 
Club 4 



AU 

of anon 
Ambitia 



only young once 
I'll have to think 
excuse." 

To become an elec- 
tronics ^engineer 
Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 3. 
4; Cadets 1, 2, 3. 4; Art Club 
3, 4; Ski Club 3. 4 



WILLIAM J. BUKA 
"Bill" 

"A little work, a lot of play. 
Makes his life a lot more 
gay." 

Ambition : Machine engineer 
or Marine 







BARBARA ANN 
BEVIN 
"Pebbles" 

**Does anything and does it 
well ; In a word we think 
she's swell." 

Ambition : To go to college, 
then get married. 
College Club 3 



JUDITH ANN BLAIS 
"Judie" 

"Judie always has a smile for 
everyone, even her foes, That's 
why she'll succeed wherever 
she goes." 

Ambition ; To graduate from 
Tenney and Fazio's 



SUSAN D. BLOOD 
"Sue" 

"She always looks nice, she's 
always gay; Sue has a smile 
every single day." 
Ambition: To be a secretary 
Field Hockey 3, 4; Ski Club 
3, 4; College Club 3, 4; Bas- 
ketball 4 



ARLENE MARILYN 
BLOTNER 
"Arl" 

"Her kindness < 
equaled only by 
her hair." 
Ambition: To have 
successful life. 
National Honor Society 
College Club 3, 4, Corresp. 
Blue & White 1, 2. 3. 4 
tor; Glee Club 1, 2 
Talent Show 2» 3 





STANLEY BOROWY 
"Stan" 

"A quiet fellow with a merry 
smile. His friendship is in- 
deed worthwhile." 
Ambition: To go to college. 
Various Committees 



CHERYL BOWER 
"Charlie" 

"Light of heart, gay of spirit." 
Ambition: To become a phar- 
macist 
Ski Club 4 



HARLAN BRIGGS 
"Harl" 

"I'll be merry; I'll be free; I'll 
be sad for nobody." 
Ambition: l.B.M. operator 
Art Club 4 



LEONARD A. BRIGGS 
"Len" 

"Never worries never will." 
Ambition: To join the Navy 
Various committees 



JEFFREY BRINK 
"Jeff" 

"As an athlete, he's first 
rate; As for school he's al- 
ways late." 

Ambition : To be happy and 
healthy 

Football 4 ; Track 3. 4 



"Rose, do you have to celebrate the 
night before ? ! " 




KATHERINE BUNCE 
"Kaihi" 

"Always laughing, always gay 
That's our Kathi in every 
way." 

Ambition: To become a regi- 
atered nurse 
French Club 4 



PAUL C. BURKE 

"Paul's the guy who made a 
class worthwhile; One look at 
him and you can*t help but 
smile." 

Amhition : To enter college and 
become a solemn bachelor 
College Club; Blue & While 



ARTHUR J. CAHALANE 

"Red" 

"How comest thou in this 
pickle?" 

Ambition : To build a street 
rod. 



ALICE CALLAHAN 
"Al" 

"A merry giggle and sparkling 
eyes, a bubbling personality that 
never dies." 

Ambition: To become a nurse. 
College Club 3. 4; Field Hoc- 
key 4; Yearbook Rep.; Ski 
Club 4; Italian Club 4 



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BEVERLY CAMPOLINI 
"Bev" 

"She is blithe and she is 
cheery; she'll make you smile 1 
when you are dreary." 
Ambition : To become a medi- 
cal secretary 

Business Club 4; Junior His- 
torical Society 4 




TIMOTHY CASEY 
"Pop Vein** or "T.C." 

"Never a worry, never a 
care, When anything happens, 
he's always there." 
Ambition : To have a job, a 
rich wife, and kids. 
Football 1 : Track 3. 4; Bas- 
ketball 2: Senior Clf^ss Play; 
Cadets 1. 2. 3, 4 




CARLOTTA CATALANO 
"Charlie*' 

"A pleasant smile, a winning 
way, Succcess is sure to come 
her way.'* 

Ambition : To go to Heaven. 
College Club 3, 4; Chess 
1; French Club ^3. 4^Arl 




KAREN CATTEAU 
"Scrooge" 

'yrhere's nothing good fast that's 
^^)Ot twice as good slow." 
C^Ambition : To combine a sue- 
\f cessful career with a success- 
ful marriage. 



PHYLLIS CHIARENZA 

"Phyllis is reliable wide 

awake. Completing rvcrylhini; 

she'll undertake." 

Ambition : To teach 

Honor Society 3. 4; College 

Club 3. 4; French Club 4 



GAYLE F. CIRAS 

'"Blue eyes, blonde hair 
Happy heart and lillle care." 
Cheerleader 4; College I cjlib, 
3. 4; French Club 3JLlV^SlrI 
Club 4; Art Clu^}^ Talent 
Show 4 



'Let's get done befi le girls get back!' 



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THOMAS CARON 
"T.C. Top Cat" 

"He may appear quiet, and 
gometimes shy But to those 
who know him, he's a really 
great guy." 

Ambition: To work for a 
construction company 



MARIE CARTA 
"Pudgy" 

"Flitting here, skipping there 
A friendly girl without a care." 
Ambition : To become a legal 
secretary 

Business Club 4 ; Junior His- 
torical Society 4 





"If I've told you once, I've told you a thousand times there ain't no witches! !' 



JOHN COCO 
"Johnny" 

*'Tp11 me why, some say he's 
shy?" 

Ambition: To become a Ma- 
rine biologist 
Track; Chess Club 



JUDITH A. COLLINS 
"Judy" 

'*The best o{ good is hard to 
find — it must be searched out." 
Ambition: To become a writer 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Blue ' & 
White Staff 3, 4; Art Club 4; 
Business Club 4 



LOUISE MARIE 
COLTRARO 
"Lou" 

"Laughing merry always gay, 
that's our Louise in every way."' 
Ambition: To become a clerk* 
typist 

Italian Club 2; Business Club 
4; Junior Historical Soc. 4 



J. RONALD CONDON 
"Bird" 

'*Keep Smiling, it makes every- 
one Wonder what you've been 
up to." 

Ambition: To be a successful 
something 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 
1. 2 



MARIE LINDA 
CONNORS 
"Lindy" 

"Nfce to look at, better to 
know." 

Ambition: To become a teacher 
Majorettes 4; French Club 3. 
4; College Club 3, 4; Ski 
Club 4; Talent Shifw 4 



NORMAN COOK 
"Jo" 

"Bashful, sensible, good, and 
kind A guy like him is hard 

to find." 

Ambitibn : To become a Park 
Ranger 

Yearbook Staff 4; Basketball 3 






RUSSELL COOLIDGE 
*'Russ" 

*'Very gentle and of a good 
conscience." 

Ambition : To become an 
astronaut 

Astronomy Club; Track Team 



JAMES COONEY 
"Jim" 

"Very few things matter and 
nothing matters very much" 
Ambition: To become a barber 
Cadets 1, 2, 3 




PATRICK J. COSTA 
"Ringo" 

"Pat Costa is really great; he 
beats his drum first rate" 
Ambition: ^JJ^trical Designer 



PATRICIA M. COTE 

"Pasqua" 

"To know her is to love her" 
Ambition: To be an executive 
secrelary 

Glee Club 4; Business Club 4; 
Art Club 4; Ski Club 4 



THOMAS P. COYLE 
"T.C." 

"A versatile fellow with a 
friendly smile. Willing to stop 
and talk awhile." 
Ambition : To become a suc- 
cessful millionaire. 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 
2, 3; Football 1. 2 




JANE ELLEN 
CRITICOS 
"Jec" 

"Demure and dignified is she 
But full of fun as one can be." 
Ambition : To always be 
happy 

National Honor Society 3, 4, 
Publicity Chairman; Band 1, 
2, 3; Orchestra 1. 2; French 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 
3 ; German Club 4 ; Art Club 
4; Blue and While 1, 2. 3, 
4; College Club 3, 4 



ANNE E. CROCKER 
"Cricket' 

"Hello, goodbye, no time to 
wait, I'm late, I'm late, Vm 
late." 

Ambition: Nurse, 
French Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Col- 
lege Club 3 



GERALDINE CROTEAU 
"Gerrie" 

"Blonde of hair Blue of eyes, 
Gerrie is sought by all the 
guys." 

Ambition: To get married. 
Senior Art Club 4; Ski Club, 
4; Glee Club I. 2, 3, 4. 



LINDA CULLEY 
"Linnie" 

"A girl with a quiet flair, whose 
favorite quote is 'I don't care*." 
Ambition: Dental Assistant 
Glee Club 1; Band 2. 3, 4: 
Orchestra 2, 3, 4 ; Business 
Club 4 ; Junior Historical So- 
ciety 4. 



ROBERT C. CUSCIA 
"Bob" 

**Oiirs not lo reason why but 
to do it or to die." 
Ambition: Playboy 
Cadets 1, 2 



"Joy, makes dishwashing almost fun, heh, heh!" 



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WILLIAM A. COYLE 
"Beaver" 

"Don't let your sttidies inter- 
fere with your scliool courses'* 
Ambition: To Iiecomc a teach- 
er and a coacli" 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Base- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2. 




RHODA CRAWFORD 

"Vicki" J 

'*She*3 our rlns*^ 9wc*[Micarl w* 
all agree ; SI^'ll nW^e an]i(^e 
happy, wc gua'^^^i^^^* 

Ambition: Airlrofe Slewnrai 
Xaincss ] CI 




JOSEPH M. 

CUTICCHIA 
"Jay" 

*'Ju8t the guy who could tell 
you to go to ''CENSORED'* 
80 tactfully, you'd look for- 
ward to the trip" 
Ambition: To teach history 
Cadets 2. 3, 4; Football Man- 
ager 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Col- 
lege Club 3, 4; Yearbook Rep. 
4; Senior Class Play, Student 
Director 



JOY E. DAVIS 
"Joey" 

"A kind and sincere girl with 
a smile and a curl" 
Ambition: Physical Therapist 
Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2. 3, 
4; College Club 3, 4; French 
Club 1, 2, 4; Senior Class Play 



CATHERINE ANN 
DAWSON 
"Cathy" 

"A pleasing smile, a cheerful 
word ; Cathy's often seen but 
seldom heard" 

Ambition: -Elementary SchnnI 
Teacher 

German Club 4; College Club 
3, 4; Field Hockey 2, 3. 4; 
dec Club 1, 2, 3. 4 




"We will now demonstrate Van Russell's Law of Tinker Toys." 



ALFRED A. 

DeBURRO, JR. 
"Jack" 

"Full of life and full of fun; 
speaking of sports, he's one" 
Ambition: To make a million 
dollars. 

Baseball 1. 2. 3. 4; Cadets 1; 
College Club 3, 4; Senior 
Play Cast; Senior Art Club 



CAROL DeLUCCA 
"Carol" 

"Carol is gentle and kind; A 
better girl you'll never find." 
Ambition: To teach American 
History 

Yearbook Rep. 4 ; Business 
Club 4 



ALFRED DEMERS 
"Al" 

"Any job looks easy, when 
someone else is doing it.'* 
Ambition : To get out of high 
school 

Cadets 1, 2. 3, 4 




JANE DENNIS 
"Jane" 

"Jane is cute and awfully 
8wcel, A nicer girl, we've yet 
lo meet.** 

Ambition: Medical Secretary 
Business Club X; Art Club I 



LESLIE R. DENNISON 

''Lee" 

"Soft-spoken, good and kind ; 
A better girl you'll never find." 
Ambition : To become famous 
Chess Club 1 



PATRICIA ANN 
TERESA 
DE PETRILLO 
"Pat" 

"Pat is a scholar, as you can 
tell ; The jobs she's had, she's 
done them well." 
Ambitiqn : To become famous 
Chess Club 1; Glee Club 2. 
3; College Club 3, 4; Blue 
& White 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4 



RICHARD N. 
DeSIMONE 
"Bush" 

"There is humor in everything.** 
Ambition: Architectural Engi* 
neer 

Baseball 2; Football 1, 3; Ca- 
dets 2, 3, 4; French Club 4 



ROBERT 

DESROCHERS 

"Bob" 

"Let tomorrow take care of 
itself.*' 

Ambition: Radio Broadcaster 
or manager of a store 
Baseball 2; Football 3; Cadets 
1. 2 




THOMAS P. DiLELLO 
"Tom" 

"Opportunity may knock, but 
temptation more often rings 
the bell.'* 

Ambition: Architectural Engi- 
neer 

Italian Club 3; Track 3 



CAROL A. DIODATI 
"Die" 

"A little girl with a great big 
smile To make life happy all 
the while." 

Ambition: X-Ray technician, 
with hopes to join the Peace 
Corps or U.S.S. Hope 
French Club 4; Basketball 4 



DIANE M. DrODATI 
"Di" 

"Full of life, full of fun; 
Loved by everyone." 
Ambition: To own a Mustang 
convertible 

French Cluti 4; Italian Club 2; 
Yearbook Rep. 4 



"Romeo and Juliet did WHAT?!" 



JOSEPH DIZAZZO 
"Flash" 

"Less work and more play.'* 
Ambition : To succeed in music 



DANIEL A. DONAHUE 
"Bear" 

"Bashful, sensitive, good and 
kind; A guy like him is hard 
to find." 

Ambition : Becoming a police- 
man 

Cross Country 4; Basketball 
2; Baseball I, 2, 3. 4. Captain 



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MARY DEVINE 
"Mary" 

•'Blrssed are they who main- 
tain a Hilcnce for they shall 
not bo quoted." 
A m h it ion : To he an airline 
stewardess 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4 



LINDA MARIE DIAZ 
"Lin" 

"T.in is bashful and quite serene 
Whenever she smiles personality 
beams." 

Ambition: To be a private sec- 
retary 

nine & White Staff 4; Basket- 
ball 1. 2. 3; Softball 1. 2 





"Wait 'til Mr. Lister finds out I have his book!" 



DANIEL R. DONAHUE 
"Danny" 

"I may not be handsome, but 
I declare 1 have a dis- 
tinguished look." 
Ambition: To join the Air 
Force 

Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 
2; Baseball 2, 3, 4 



NORA T. DONAHUE 
"Terri" 

"Some stars twinkle others 
shine." 

Ambition: To become an air- 
line stewardess 

Art Club 4; Business Club 4; 
Junior Historical Society 4; 
Ski Club 4 



JANE MARIE 
DONOVAN 
"Janie" 

"A girl with an appealing smile. 
Her line of pals extends a 
mile." 

Ambition: To become a nurse 
Majorettes 4; Yearbook Staff 4; 
French Club 3. 4; Ski Club 
3. 4; College Club 3, 4; Talent 
Show 4 



WILLIAM DOOLEY 
"Bill" 

"Bill's the one who pulls llie 
pranks, but willi us Seniors he 
really ranks." 

Ambition: To become a me- 
chanical engineer 
Cadets 3, 4 



LAURENT DUBE 
"Larry" 

"Tlicy say you can't win 'cm 
all, but Larry's had a hcrk of 
a good time trying." 
Ambition: To make a lot o'f 
money 

Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 
2. 3, i 



MITCHELL E. DYEAK 
"Mickey" 

"Ready, willinf;, and able." 
Ambition: To be successful in 
life 

Cadets 2, 3, 4 





"He's nice-looking, he's witty, 
he's clever, he's sly ; An all- 
around fellow and a wonderful 

guy-" 

Ambition: To be President of 
the United States 
Yearbook Staff 4; Class Presi- 
dent 3; Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4; Blue 
& While 4; Football 1. 2. 3, 4; 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 



JOAN W. EARNSHAW 
"Joyce" 

"Happy and cute but never 
bold; She's a friend as good 
as gold." 

Majorettes 3, 4; Business Club 
4; French Club 2; Jr. His- 
torical Society 4; Talent Show 
I 3. 4 



"They may think they're getting this money, but I'm skipping town tonight, 
heh, heh!" 




JUDITH ANN 
EDWARDS 
"Judy" 

"Good cheer is no hindrance to 
a good life." 

Ambition : To make our dreams 
come true 
Art Club 4 



WINIFRED A. 
EDWARDS 
"Winnie" 

"The mildest manner and the 
gentlest heart." 

Ambition : To succeed in what- 
ever I do. 

Art Club 4; Business Club 4 



JUDITH ANN FAY 
"Jutsy" 

"The quiet type describes Judy, 
a girl you'll waftl to know, 
But outside of school she's like 
the rest, all hep and rarin* to 
go.** 

Ambition : To make all my 
hopes and dreams come true. 
Art Club; Glee Club; Softball 
1. 2, 3 



GEORGE FAZIO 
"Foggy" 

"Wake me when it's over" 
Ambition : To have a faster car 
than the local gentry 



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LYNDA J. FELDMAN 
"Feldy" 

"Linda is a sweet kind lass ; 
And is the shortest of our class." 
Ambition : Kindergarten teacher 
Ski Club 4; Business Club 4; 
Jr. Historical Society 4 



SHEILA D. FENTON 
"Kelly" 

"Pleasant, well-mannered, and 
rather shy," 

Ambition : To be a Practical 
Nurse 





JOYCE EARNSHAW 
"Earnie" 

**A clarinet she sure can play; 
Joyce's always witty, always 

gay-" 

Ambition: To be a nurse or 
ticket agent. 

Band 1, 2. 3. 4; Orchestra 4; 
Business Club 4 ; Junior His- 
torical Society 4 



BEVERLY J. EATON 
"Bev" 

"Laugh and be merry" 

Ambition: Occupational Thera- 
pist 

French Club 2; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Band 3. 4; Or- 
chestra 3, 4 ; Senior Cla^$s 
Play 



JAMES E. EATON 
"Jimmy" 

"The way to kill lime is to 
work it to death'* 
Ambition : Aeronautical Engineer 
Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Physics 
Club 4 



MARK EATON 

"Mark is a brilliant member of 

our class ; there has yet to be 
a test that he can't pass" 
Ambition : Novelist 

National Honor Society 3, 4 ; 
College Club 3, 4; German 

Club 4; Blue & White 1, 2; 

Band 1. 2. 3. 4; Orchestra 2, 
3, 4; Senior Class Play 



ESTHER EDDY 

"A jolly disposition and a 
carefree mind, A happier girl 
you will never find" 
Ambition: To do the Lord's 
will for my life. 
Softball I, 2 




JAMES ELIAS 
"Jim" 

*'Don*t let your studies inter- 
fere with your school course," 
Ambition: To graduate 



CAROL ANN ELWARD 
"Ca" 

"No matter what others will be, 
Carol will be herself." 
Ambition : To become a suc- 
cessful secretary 

Business Club 4 ; Jr. Historical 
Society 4 



RAYMOND H. 
FAERBER JR. 
"Fay" 

"In science and math Ray does 
excel ; Too bad he cannot learn 
to spell." 
Ambition: To be 
Engineer 
National Honor 
Yearbook 
Club 3; Physics 
' Math Club ,4 



an electronii 



JOHN J. FARO 
"John" 

'*A little learning is a danger- 
ous thing" 

Ambition: To take care of the 
excess gold at Fort Knox. 
Cadets 4 



RICHARD FARO 
"Ricky" 

"Why not go out on a limb, 
isn't that where the fruit is?" 
Ambition: To ride at Rock- 
ingham 



'Tickle my ear again, Mr. Winn 




MAL REEN FERRIS 
'Moe" 

"What is worth duing is worth 
doing weir* 

Ambition : to be a RegistcrccI 
Nurse 

National Honor Society 3, 4 



WALTER H. FEUGILL 
"Wally" 

**Every man is as Heaven made 
him — and sometimes a little 
worse." 

Ambition: successful career in 
anything 

Football 4; Gymnastics Club 



FRANK J. FICHERA 
"Butch" 

*'If you're going to worry about 
it, don't do it ; if you're going 
to do it, don't worry about it." 
Ambition: Automatic Engineer 
Football 1, 2 



ANN FINDEISEN 
"Finnic" 

"Her charms are many, her 
faults hardly any." 
Ambition : to go to Heaven 
Talent Show 1, 2. 3, 4; Dance 
Band 1, 2. 3, 4; Student Coun- 
cil 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; 
Art Club 4 ; Jr. Historical So- 
ciety 2; College Club 3, 4; 
Astronomy Club 4 ; Band 1. 2, 
3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Class 
Play; Chcerleading 4 



ANNE RITA 

FITZMAURICE 

"Nancy" 

"Nancy is good-natured, friend- 
ly and true ; she never shows 
signs of being blue." 
Ambition : Hairdresser 
Business Club 4 




JOHN K. FOSTER 
"Ken" 

"Keep cool and you will 
command everyone" 
Ambition : Certified Publir Ac- 
countant 

Track; French Club 



DENNIS FOX 
"Foxey" 

"I never think of the future 
it comes soon enough." 
Ambition : State Policeman 



THERESA J. GAGNON 
"Terrie" 

"What sweet delight a quiet 
life affords" 

Ambition: Attending Mcintosh 
Business School 



MARTIN GARABEDIAN 
"Humphrey" 

"I would be better if I could, 
but it's awfully lonesome being 
good." 

Ambition: X-Ray Technician 
Baseball 



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KATHLEEN 
GARRIGAN 
"Kalhy" 

This miss is sweet, sublime; 
She's a rrgular pal any old 
time. 

Ambition : Secretary 

French Club 3, 4; Senior Art 

Club; Business Club 4 




"Quick — look innocent. Here she comes.' 



/ 



RHONDA M. FLEMING 
"Reg" 

*'Rhonda is witty and a tre- 
mendous friend ; Her loyalty 
knows no end." 



Majorettes 
Club 4 



become rich 
4 ; Business ' 



JEAN L. FOLEY 
"Jeanne" 

"A great gift does Jean possess. 
Hers is a gift of friendliness." 
Ambition: To be a registered 
nurse 

Basketball 1; Frenrh Club 3; 
College Club 3 



BARBARA J. FORBES 
"Barb" 

"Smile, it doesn't cost any- 
thing." 

Ambition: To marry. 

Field Hockey 1 ; Business Club 

4; Jr. Historical Society 4 




PATRICIA A. GARVEY 
"Pat" 

*'Jolly, good-natured, sweet ; 
She's iust the girl you*d like 
to meet." 

Ambition: To become a teach- 
er 

Ski Club 4; College Club 4 



PAUL A. GERVAIS 
"Paul" 

"For stressing his point, Paul 
is right there; In other ways — 
he is much without care.** 
Ambition: To graduate 
Cadets 1 




"Pay up!' 



ELIZABETH M. 
GETCHELL 
"Betty" 

"Quietly she goes her way; 
does her work without delay.'* 
Ambition: To become a reg. 
istered nurse 

French Club 3, 4; College 
Club 3 



JOYCE C. GILBERT 
"Gilly" 

"Happy and neat, attractive and 
sweet." 

Ambition: To become a teacher 
and social worker. 
Cheerleader 4; French Club 3, 
4; College Club 4; Talent Show 
1, 3. 4; Yearbook Rep. 4 



ROSALIE GIORDANO 
"Penelope" 

"A winning way, a pleasant 
smile, dressed so neat and 
quite in style." 

Ambition : To become a Physi- 
cal Education Teacher 
Class Sec. 1, 2. 3. 4; Col- 
lege Club 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Art 
Club; Ski Club 4; French 
Club 2 



ANN MARIE 
GIOSEFFI 
"Anna Banana" 

"Brown eyes, small size, she 
certainly is a wonderful 
prize." 

Ambition : To be a successful 
secretary and marry 
Business Club 4 ; Glee Club 
4; Ski Club 4; Blue & White 
Rep. 4 





JAQUELINE F. 
GUILMET 
"Jackie" 

"She's pretty to walk with, 

witty to talk with." 

Amhition : To be successful 

in the business world 

Student Council 3, Treasurer 

4; Business Club, Treasurer 

4; Ski Club 4 



LAWRENCE GUNNING 
"Larry" 



few 



are the 



*'Men of 
best men." 

Ambition: To succeed in any- 
thing I do 
Ski Club 



ANTOINETTE GOUJON 
"Toni" 

"Drawing and painting are her 
lines, As an artist she would 
shine." 

Ambition: Commercial Artist 
Art Club 4; Chess Club 1. 2. 
3, 4; Jr. Historical Society 3 





0m 



MICHAEL GUSTARTIS 
"Gonzales" 

"Work fascinates me — I can sit 
and watch it for hours" 
Ambition: A career in forestry 



CHARLES HABEEB 
"Charlie" 

"Here is the colonel for our 
Cadet Corps; He's witty, charm- 
ing, Who could ask for more.*' 
Ambition: To become a success- 
ful Civil Engineer 
Football 1; Cadets I, 2, 3, 
Colonel 4; Senior Play;, Phj 
Club 4; French Club : 



ALAN RONALD 
GRAICHEN 
"Al" 

"At his work or at his play. 
He's quiet as a mouse they 
say." 

Ambition : To be a doctor 
Cadets 1, 2, 3. 4; Track 2. 
3, 4 




BERNARD HADLEY 
"Barney" 

"He may be quiet, but look 
again." 

Ambition: Electrical Engineer 
Basketball 





"O.K. — Who put the lacks on the bench?' 






DANIEL GROLEAU 
"Dan" 

"Pleasure first and business 
after.** 

Ambition : To graduate 
Football 2, 3 



MARY ANN GROSSER 
"Mazie" 

"Shy, Sweet, smiling evermore ; 
Mary Ann's a girl we all adore." 
Ambition : To become a secre- 
tary 

Blue and White Staff 4; Busi- 
ness Club 4; Jr. Historical Soci- 
ety 4 





"Wait 'til her "SECRET" wears off" 



DANIEL HAIGH 
"Dan" 

"Merrily, merrily I shall live 
now." 

Ambition : To graduate 



PATRICIA HAIGH 
"Pat" 

"I'd rather be short and shine 
than be tall and cast a shadow." 
Ambition : To be a successful 
bookkeeper and accountant 
Art Club 4 ; Business Club 4 ; 
Ski Club 4; Glee Club 2, 4 



JOYCE LORRAINE 
HALDANE 
"Squeaky" 

"With always a smile as she 
goes past, What a wonderful 
friend is this charming lass." 
Ambition : To become a book- 
keeper and get married and talk 
again 

Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Year- 
book Rep. 4; Business Club 4 



DOUGLAS K. 
HALLBAUER 
"Doug" 

"Some say he's bashful Others 
doubt it." 

Ambition: To be a dentist 
Baseball 1. 2. 3, 4 



RONALD HAMEL 
"Ronnie" 

"He may be quiet, but look 
again." 

Ambition : An Air Force career 
Cadets 



JAMES R. HAMILTON 
"Ja" 

"In sports this fellow is sure 
to go far Since he is one of 
niir basketball stars." 
Ambition : To become a 
teacher 

Football 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3. 
4 Co-Captain; Cross Country 
4; Yearbook Rep> 4 





ROBERT HARDACRE 
"Harts" 

"Always full of fun you bet, 
Bob's a boy you can't forget." 
Ambition: To join the Wacs 
Football; Gymnastics 2, 3, 4 



WARD S. HASTINGS 
"Wink" 

"It is not enouph to do good; 
one must do it the right way." 
Ambition: Forestry 
Cadet Corps 1, 2 Ski Club 3. 4 



PETER P. HAYHOW 
"Pete" 



JOYCE HEALEY 
"Dutch" 

"If we dipped into the future, 
far as the eye could see, there 
would be Joyce as happy as 
could be." 

Ambition: To be happy and 
successful 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; College Club 
3, 4; Ski Club 4 




BARBARA 
ELIZABETH 
HEBERT 
"Herbie" 

"She bubbles with wit and 
good humor." 

Ambition: To teach physical 
education 

Band 1, 2. 3, 4; Softball 3 
Basketball 4 




NANCY J. 
HENDERSON 
"Nan" 

"Such a girl you seldom 
meet; good looks and charm 
make her complete." 
Ambition: To become a medi- 
cal secretary 

Ski Club 4;~-^nior Play Cast; 
Art Club 4 




ROBERT L. HENLEY 
"Jap" 

"Any job looks easy, when 
someone else is doing it." 
Ambition: To be successful in 
life 




ROBERT J. HODGE 
"Roddy" 

"Our Roddy is active and full 
of fun. and all his jobs have 
been well done." 
Ambition : Episcopal Minister 
Ski Club 4; College Club 3, 4; 
Cadet Corps 1. 2, 3, 4; Year- 
book Rep. 4 ; Senior Play Cast ; 
Track ; Cross Country Captain 4 



CAROL J. HOLT 
"Ch-Beaver" 

"Always a twinkle in her eye. 
always a smile for a passer-by." 
Ambition : To become a history 
teacher 

National Honor Society 3, 4; 
College Club 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; 
Orchestra 2, 3, 4 



KATHLEEN ANN 
HOUSE 
"Kathy" 

"An ardent worker, a student 
bright, whose work is nearly 
always right." 

Amhition : To become a pri- 
vate secretary 

National Honor Society 3. 4; 
Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Art Club 
4 ; Business Club 4 




"Who me 



cheat?!' 



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LINDA ANN HEBSCH 
"Linn" 

"I dare not trust those eyes; 
They dance in mists and dazzle 
with surprise." 

Ambition: To be a successful 
secretary 

Business Club 4; Jr. Historical 
Society 4 



CRAIG RICHARD 
HEMAN 
"Fingers" 

"Any job looks easy when 
someone else is doing it." 
Ambition: To become an Archi- 
tectural Engineer 
Ski Club 






"Shush . . . here comes the boss" 



JAMES HURLEY 

"Jimmy" \ 

"A little learning is a danger* \' 
oMS thing." ^ 
Ambition : To own my 
businesses * 



businesses » \ 

Football l.«r3. W BaskAball 
1, 2; TA^k -e.Ve, 4:>feadets 



JOSEPH lACI 
"Joe" 

"He's the guy with the steel 
guitar. His golden voice will 
take him far." 

Ambition: Professional Enter- 
tainer 

Talent Show 

JUDITH ANN INGALLS 
"Judy" 

"A charming miss who led our 
band, And twirls her baton 
with a skillful hand." 
Ambition: to become a Dental 
Hygienist 

Majorettes 2, Captain 3, 4; 
Honor Society 3, 4; Student 
Council 3, Secretary 4; Year- 
book Staff 4; Art Club Presi 
dent 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Field 
Hockey 1, 2, 3; Talent Show 
2, 3, 4; Senior Play Student 
Director; Ski Club 4; College 
Club 4; Math Club 4; Student 
Gov't Day Representative 



ROSE ANN JABOUR 
_ "Pebbles" 

"Give her a chance and she'll 
find romance." 

Ambition: to find happiness and 
success in the many years to 
come. 

Art Club 4; Ski Club 4; Bus 
ness Club 
Softball 
4;.BasVelb 



ELEANOR JACKLIN 
"Elly" 

"Pleasure first and business 
after." 

Ambition: to succeed in life 
Business Club 4; Jr. Historical 
Society 




JUDITH A. JASKOT 
"Jude" 

"Neat and sweet, friendly and 
gay is Judy any old day." 
Ambition: Legal Secretary 
Business Club 4; Ski Club 4; 
Jr. Historical Soc. ; Glee Club 
4 







LINDA JAWORSKI 
"Lin" 

"Enjoy yourself — it's later than 
you think." 

Ambition: To get married 



KAREN N. JONES 
"Jonesie" 

"Blonde and slender, but not 
too thin; Karen's as pretty 
as a picture, neat as a pin." 
Ambition: To own a car big- 
ger than a .Metropolitan 
Class Treas. 2, 3; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Ski Club 
3, 4; College Club 3, 4; 
Cheerleader 2, 3, Captain 4; 
Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Basket- 
ball I, 2; Physics Club 4; 
Talent Show 2, 3, 4 



"Back, back I say!" 




P.ATRICIA KENNEY 
"Triska" 

"Quiet, well-mannered a n 
modest." 

Ambition : To become a hail 
dresser 



ALAN C. KIRKMAN 
"Al" 

"Alan's tall and sometimes 
quift. Bill in the classroom 
he is a rioi." 

Amhiiion: To become a me- 
teorologist 

Football 1; Ski Club 4 



GAIL M. KOZDRA 

"Wp h'^ard an undislinguished 
giggle. Then Gail from around 
the corner wiggled." 
Amhition: To be richer than I 
am beautiful 
Glee Club 1. 2 



NELDA IRENE 
KRUKOMS 
'*Nel" "Zelda" 

"A dalp with Dracula is her 
dream ; She will swoon while 
othprs scream." 

Ambition: To be a Flamenco 
dancf-r 

National Honor Soeipty 3, 4; 
Y'-arbook Staff 4 ; Glee Club 

1. 2. 3. 4; French Club 3. 4; 
Ba^kplball I; Field Hockey I. 

2, 3; Cheerleader 4; Talent 
Show 2. 3. 4 



EDWARD KUPIEC 
"ExJdie" 

"Cpnlle manner, pleasant smile, 
Are two of Eddie's qualities 
which are certainly worthwhile." 
Amhition: To become an auto 
mechanic 



JOSEPH KUS 

"Joe" 

"Wr think him quiet, but 
things aren't what they seem " 
Amhition: To become an ac- 
countant 

Cadets 1. 2. 3, 4; Track 2 




BEVERLY ANN 
JORDAN 
"Bev" 

"Gentle in manner kind in 
thought; To ft certain boy, 
the means a lot.** 
Ambition: To be a success in 
whatever I do 
Business Club 4 



VICTOR A. JUBINVILLE 
"Hector" 

*'I can resist anything except 
temptation." 

Ambition : to succeed in life. 
Cadets 1. 2 



SUSAN I. JURDI 
"Sue" 

"I'd rather be short and shine 
than be tall and cast a shadow." 
Ambition : To be an executive 
secretary and to marry. 
Business Club 4 



NANCY KAELIN 
"Nan" 

"Just pleasure and laugliter, 
that's all she's after." 
Ambition: Medical Secretary 
French Club 1, 2; Business Club 
4 



CHARLOTTE C. 
KATEN 
"Charlie" 

"She laughed and we all 
laughed with her." 
Ambition: Elementary Teacher 
Basketball 2; Ski Club 3, 4 




RICHARD P. KISIEL 
"Dick" 

"Live today — let tomorrow 
take care of itself." 
Ambition: to design a drum 
set 

Cadets I, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3 



JOANNE G. KITSON 
"Jo" 

"A jolly disposition and a 
carefree mind A happier girl 
you nrvrr will find." 
Ambition: to be an executive 
secretary and to get married 
Business Club 4 



GAIL M. KOCZAT 
'Colleage" 



"She has 
smile and a 
friend." 
Ambition: to 
comfortably ir 
College Club 
3, 4; Senior 



friend 
smile 



every 
every 



fit eight people 
my Nasli. 
3. 4; Ski Club 
Art Club; Year 



JANICE LEE KOEHLER 
"Cola" 

"The only way to have a friend 
is to be one.'* 

Ambition: to be able to match 
colors. 

Ski Club: An Club »; Chess 
Club; Basketball 



book Representative 



THOMAS J. KOLENDA 
"Zeke" 

"Every man is as Heaven 
made him — and sometimes a 
little worse." 

Ambition: Advertising Busi- 
ness 

Football I. 2; Track; Art 
Club; Radio Club 



"Hey, these crossword pu/./.lcs arc pel- 
linp hard!" 





PATRICIA LANGEVIN 
"Pat" 

"A lovely face, a heart of 
gold, a brilliant mind are hera 
we're told" 

Ambition: To go to Heaven 
Student Council 1, 2, Corres. 
Sec. 3, President 4; Field 
Hockey 3, Co-captain 2; Ski 
Club 4 ; Business Club 4 



JOSEPH C. LAORENZA 
"Jolton Joe" 

*'lf men are like angels, then 
angels ought to reform." 
Ambition: Architect 
Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1. 2, 3, 
4; Cross Country 4; Cadets 2, 3, 
4; Italian Club 4 



RONALD LaPLANTE 
"Ron" 

"Trouble never troubles him. 
Ambitign: to learn a trade. 
Basketball manager 1, 2, 3 



RICHARD 
LATTINVILLE 
"Dick" 

"Let tomorrow take care of it- 
self." 

Ambition : Mechanic 
Basketball 1 



JOANNE C. LAUDANl 
"Reanie" 

"To keep happy is all I try 
to do." 

Ambition : To learn how to 
drive the U.S.S. Franklin D. 
Roosevelt by myself 
Art Club 4 




"Eat it or eat nothing!" 





PATRICIA MARIE 
LAMBERT 

"Lamee" 

"Sparkling personality twin- 
kling eyes make this basket- 
ball player quite a prize.** 
Ambition: Gym Teacher 
Softball; Basketball 4; Busi- 
ness Club 4 



NANCY LANCTOT 
"Twang" 

"A jolly disposition and a 

carefree mind A happier girl you 

never will find." 

Ambition: to own at least half 

of Hampton Beach 

Majorettes 3, 4; Talent Show 

3, 4; Senior Class Play; Ski 

Club 4; Business Club 4. 




RICHARD A. LAW 

"Bug" 

"Why take life seriously — you 
won't get out alive anyway." 
Ambition : to further my edu- 
cation 



JOSEPH R. LeCLAIR 

"Joe" 

"He looks like an angel and 
acts like one too; but you never 
can tell what an angel will do." 
Ambition: Engineer 
Chess Club I; Cadets 1. 2, 3, 
4; Track 2, 3, 4; Crosscountry 
4; Physics Club 4 



ELAINE LEMIEUX 
"Lainey" 

"When you arc in need ol a 
loyal friend, here is one we can 
recommend." 

Ambition : to become a good 
nurse and travel throughout the 
world. 

French Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Ski Club 
3, 4; Blue and While; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; College 
Club 3; Softball 1 



"I'm having a tutti-frutti .chocolate covered 



DENNIS LESCARBEAU 
"Den" 

"Life is too sliort for one t 



worry. 
Ambition : 
success 



to find the path to 



IRENE LEVER 
"Gretch" 

"Give her any task to do — she'll 
never quit until she's through." 
Ambition : Mathematics Teacher 
College Club 3, 4; Ski Club, 4; 
Senior Class Play 



RICHARD LOMBARDO 
"Dick" 

"The world belongs to the 
energetic — but who wants the 
world?" 

Ambition : to do what I can, 
the best I can 
Cadets 1. 2, 3. 4 




KINGSLEY DAVID 
LOUGH^ 
"Lumpy" 

"His mind is ever free from 
care." 

Ambition: To be a policeman 
Cadets. 1. 2, 3, 4 



JOAN 
"Cleo" 

**The best dressed girl in the 
Senior Class ; her fashion de- 
signs will not be surpassed." 
Ambition : To be a fashion 
model and designer. 
Ski Club 4, Math Club, Art 
Club 4, Business Club, Sec. 4, 
Junior Historical Society, Year- 
book Staff Representative 



BRENDA MALBON 
"Mai" 

"She has a gentle smile and a 
kindly way," 

Ambition : To become a secre- 
tary 

Art Club 



CAROL M. 
MALIGNAGGI 

"Gaze into her eyes — you'll see 
an angel; gaze little longer and 
you'll see an imp." 
Ambition : To be a success 
Ski Club 3, 4 



SANDRA LEA 
MARNIERO 

"Sandy" 

"Drawing and painting are her 
lines; as an artist she will 
sliine" 

Ambition : To be a registered 
nurse 

Art Club 4, Chess Club 




1 



DONNA MARTINEAU 
"Marty" 

"No matter what others may 
be, she will always be her- 
self." 

Ambition : To be a hairdresser 



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VERONICA 
MARTINEAU 
"Ronnie" 

"Full of smiles, full of fun; she 
is liked by everyone." 
Ambition: To become an effi- 
cient nurse and travel through- 
out the world. 

French Club 3, 4, Talent Show 
3, College Club 3, 4 



CARMEN MARTINESE 
"Carm" 

"Don't wake me unless it' 



worn 
Am 
Sk 



J. 1/ 
bitione .To Aifa a sucaess y 



NANCY MATTHES 
"Cookie" 

"Never say more than is neces- 
sary." 

Ambition: To be a legal secre- 
tary 

French Club 1, Blue and White 
Staff 2 



4 . 




"I think I just swallowed a 



CLAIRE McCarthy 

"She seems quiet and demure; 
but then again . . . we're 
not so sure." 

Ambition : To be a successful 
accountant 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Business 
Club 4, Italian Club 2 



PAULINE MARQUIS 
"Paula" 



friend for every 
smile for every 



"She has 
smile And 
friend." 

Ambition : To be a hairdresser 
and be happily married 
French Club 





All right, who stole my bottle of milk?" 



ROBERT LEE 
McCRACKEN 
"Mac" 

*'Hc was not merely a cliip 
off the old block But the 
block itself." 

Ambition: To become an en- 
gineer 

Baseball 1, 2; Cadets I, 2, 
3, 4 



RONALD AMES 
McCRACKEN 
"Ek" 

"Some think the world is made 
for fun and frolic, And so do 
I." 

Ambition: To go to college 
Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4 



LINDA McGONIGLE 
"Lin" 

"Never underestimate the power 
of a woman." 

Ambition: To become a Medical 
Secretary 

Business Club 4; Blue and 
White 1, 2, 3, 4 



JULIE McKENZIE 
"Juju" 

"Happy am I, from care I am 
free. Why aren't they all con- 
tented like me." 
Ambition: To become a history 
teacher 

Cheerleader 4; Yearbook Rep. 4; 
French Club 3; College Club 
3. 4; Ski Club 4; Talent Show 
4 



PHILIP C. McKINNIS 
"Phil" 

"All great men arc dead and I 
don't feel so good myself." 
Ambition : To be a business 
executive 

College Club 3. 4; Kalian Club 
4; Ski Club 3, 4; Physics Club 



KATHRYN McROBBIE 
"Kathy" 

"Kathy is swell, as we all 
know. Maybe that's why we 
like her so." 
Ambition : To marry. 
Student Council 1 ; Business 
Club 4; Basketball 2, 3; Ski 
Club 4 






MARGARET 
MERANIAN 
"Margo" 

"You only think you know 
her." 

Ambition : To be a "dedi- 
cated" teacher 
Orchestra 



MICHAEL MESROBIAN 
"Messy" 

"He is gentle, he is shy; but 
there is mischief in his eye." 
Ambition: To become a doctor 
of Medicine. 

National Honor Society 3, presi- 
dent 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; 
ColleRe Club 3, 4; Band 1. 2. 
3; Orchestra 2, 3; Yearbook 
Staff 4; Talent Show 2, 3, 4. 
Dance Band 2. 3, 4; Math Club; 
Physics Club 



CHARLES MESSINA 
"Chuck" 

"A merry heart doth good like 
a medicine.*' 

Ambition : To become a chef 
Track; Art Club; Ski Club 



THOMAS MEYER 
"Tom" 

"A pleasing smile and a clieer- 
ful word; Tom's often seen but 
never heard.*' 

Ambition: To be an electrical 

contractor 

Cadets 1 



EDWARD P. 
MICHAUD 
"Ed" 

"Do it tomorrow; you've made 
enough mistakes today." 
Ambition: To be a salvage 
diver. 

Football 1; Track 3; Cadet 1. 
2; Art Club 4 Gymnastics 
Club 2. 3. 4 




JO-ELLEN 
MILINAZZO 
"Gellen" 

"Gaze into her eyes and you'll 
see an angel; gaze a little 
longer and you'll see an imp." 
Ambition : To be a popular 
teacher 

Field Hockey 1; College Club; 
Ski Club; Chess Club. 



DONNA A. MILIUS 
"Dawn" 

"We think her quiet, b^t things 
aren't what they seem.'* 
Ambition: To be a successful 
hairdresser. 

Art dlub 4 ; Business Club 4 ; 
Ski Club 4; Glee Club 4 



JEAN A. MILLER 
"Jeanne" 

"Mischief is her delight, laugh- 
ter her goal." 

Ambition: To be a successful 
hairdresser. 

Art Club 4; Business Club 4; 
Glee club 4 



STEPHEN R. MILLER 
"Reid" 

"Pleasure first . . . let work 
take care of itself.*' 
Ambition : To be a sportscastcr 
Baseball 2 



GARRETT MILLS 
"Gary" 

"It isn't what you do ; it's 

what you are caught doing !" 

Ambition : To succeed in life 

Cadets I. 2. 3. 4; Ski Club 



3, 4 








"I used two dabs" 




JOHN J. MICHAUD 
"J. J." 

**Bashfult sensible, good and 
kind; A guy like him is hard 
to find.** 

Ambition: To be a music 
teacher 

Band 3. 4; Basketball 2. 3; 
French Club 2 ; Senior Class 
Play 4 



KATHLEEN MICHAUD 
"Kathy" 

"Her voice was like the voice 
the stars had when they sang to- 
gether,*' 

Ambition: To be a hairdresser 
Talent Show 2, 3 





"I won't play *til we do it my way" 



JOHN H. MILNES 
"Jack" 

"A pleasing smile, a vibrant 
voice; as a D.J., John's our 
choice" 

Ambition: Radio Announcer 
Cadet Corps 1 



GEORGE FRED 
MINGINS 
"German" 

"Although George is quiet, and 
sometimes shy; To those who 
know him, he's a really great 

guy-" 

Ambition: To be President. 
Band 1, 2. 3, 4; Track 3, 4 



JOSEPH MITCHELL 
"Gimpy" 

"Never worries, never will" 
Ambition : To get out of high 
school 



JUDITH ANN 
MLECHKO 
"Judy" 

"A vivacious girl who is pretty 
slick ; She sure can handle a 
hockey stick" 
Ambition : Accountant 
Honor Society 3, 4 ; Yearbook 
Staff 4; Field Hockey 1. 2, 3 
captain 4; Basketball I, 2, 3, 
co-captain 4; Softball 1, 2, 3 



ROBERT MONETTE 

"Goose" 

"I may be tall, but I'm reach- 
ing for the moon." 
Ambition : Teacher 
Basketball I; Track 2; Cadet 1, 
2, 3, 4 



ELAINE L. MONFET 
"Short-stuff 

"This gal is fragile as a toy, 
And one of her traits is being 
coy" 

Business Club 4; Ski Club 4 






KATHRYN M. O'BRIEN 
"Kathy" 

"Kalhy is a quiet, shy miss. 
Who we hope will find much 
happiness" 

Ambition: To be a success and 
be able to enjoy the happiness 
of life 

Art Club 4; Business Club 4 . 



SHIELA R. O'CONNELL 

"When Shiela's around things 

are never quiet, that's cause 

site's full of fun, mischief, and 

a real riot" 

Ambition : To graduate 

Ski Club 4; French Club 3. 4; 

ColleRc Club 3. 4; Field Hockey 

1 ; Blue and White 1 



DONALD MORLEY 

'*Don" 

"Whenever I feel the urge to 
exercise coming on, I lie down 
until it passes over." 
Ambition : To become a teacher 
Cadets 1. 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 
3. 4 



PATRICIA MOTTRAM 
"Pat" "Motty" 

"If I laugh at myself and the 
fool things I do. It won't 
bother me if others laugh 
too." 

Ambition: To become a Phys- 
ical Education Teacher 
Ski Club 3, 4; Glee Club 3. 
4; Softball 2; Basketball 2; 
Field Hockey 4; Business 
Club 4 




RICHARD NAULT 
"Dick" 

*'People have more fun than 
anybody'* 

Ambition: Contractor 
Cadets I, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3; 
Chess Club 1, President 2 




DANIEL W. NELSON 
"Dan" 

"Whatever the hour, his milk 
will never sour.** 
Ambition : Farmer 
Track 2. 3 



ROBERT A. ORLANDO 

"Bob" 

"Every inch a good fellow . . . 
And oh, So many inches ! !" 
Ambition: To become a land- 
scape architect 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-captain 
4 ; Track 3, 4 ; Crosscountry 4 ; 
Yearbook Rep. 4 



JAMES ROGER PARE 
"Jim" 

"A really great guy is our 
Jim; That could explain why 
we all like liim" 
Amhition; Contractor 
Caiirts 1. 2 



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MARY MURPHY 
"Murph" 

"Always lau[;hinR, always Ray, 
A true friend in every way" 
Ambition: To be a secretary 
Business Club 4 Ski Club 4 



BARBARA S. NANNIS 
"Barb" 

"Gentle manner, pleasant smile, 
' Are two of Barb*s qualities 
which are certainly worthwhile." 
Amhition: To be a successful 
secretary 

Business Club 4. Ski Club 4, 
Junior Historical Society 1» 2 



JOAN MARIE NAPOLI 
"Bubbles" 

"Sees all, knows all, tells all." 
Ambition: To succeed in what- 
ever I do. 

Senior Art Club Ski Club 4 
College Club 4 



CANDACE LOUISE 
NASSAR 
"Candy** 

"Roses are red. Candy is sweet. 
As yearbook editor she can*t be 
beat." 

Amhition : To make a significant 
move in helping to relieve the 
corruption of humanity 
Editor-in-Chief of yearbook. Col- 
lege Club 3, 4 Trras. : Ski Club 
4, French Club 3. 4. Physics 
Club Treas. 4, Math Club 4 



JOHN NAULT 
"Parrot" 

"A flash of color, and a whir 
of tires, There goes the guy 
the girls admire." 
Ambition : Civil En^neer 
Ski Club 4. Band 1, 2. 3. ,4, 
tvSenior PlajvjCast u \\ i 





CARL D. NICOLOSI 
"Nick" 

"Here's a boy with dandy 
looks who hates to study 
dnary books." 

Ambition : To teach physical 
edn ration and coach football 
Class Vicr-Presidcnl 3; Foot- 
ball I, 2. 3, Co Captain 4 



LINDA J. NIMMO 

"Nim" 

"She is cheerful all the while, 
and nrvcr is without a smile." 
Ambition : Hairdresser 
Ski Club 4 



LINDA NORMAND 
"Lynn" 

"I never met a man I didn't 
like." 

Ambition : To be a nurse 
Art Club 4 



ROBERT L. NORRIS 

"Horace" 

"As strong as steel As true as 
life." 

Amhition : Architect 

Cadets I. 2. 3. 4. Ski Club 

3. 4. 



ANN L. NOVELLO 

"Novice" 

"She may look quiet but look 
again." 

Amhition : To attend Mcintosh 
Business School 
Various Committees 



"Ihis is the way we*ll graduate*' 





JOHN WADE PARIS 
"Johnny" 

"Laugh and the world laughs 
with you; Snore and you 
snore alone." 

Ambition: To be a millionaire 
Cadets I, 2. 3, 4 



SHEREEN L. PATRICK 
"Sherri" 

"I'll do the difficult now; the 
impossible will take a little 
longer." 

Ambition: To go to college 
German Club 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Chess Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; College Club 3, 4 



PAUL E. PAYSON 
"Pep" 

"Here's the guy we know as 
PeP ; He's the one that's really 
hep." 

Ambition: To pass English, and 
leave Room 221 

Football 1, 2, 3; Baseball 2; 
Track 3. 4; Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4 



JOANNE PEARSON [h 

"Shiny, hair, pretty eyes KlUtt /J-^J 
this cute majorette quite Afy*' f 
prize." tJ 
imbition: To become a nurse 
.vlajorettes 3, 4; Yearbook Rep 
4; College Club 3, 4; FrencH 
Club 3; Talent Show 3, 4 



■rPEGLOW 




y who's really 
ambition is to 
f school." 

To get out of 




ROBERT PERRAULT 
"Crash" 

**A source of wit to all his 
friends ; His store of com- 
ments never ends." 
Ambition : To live a happy 
life 

Cadets 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3 



ALFRED PETRALIA 
"Fred" 

"Mischief is Fred's by-word ; A 
day never goes by when he's 
not heard." 

Ambition: To finish high school 
Cadets 1. 2, 3, 4 



GAIL T. PICKLES 
"Relish" 

"Always happy, always gay, Al- 
ways has something sweet to 
say." 

Ambition : To be an accountant 
Business Club 4; §ki Club 4 



DAVID B. PLATT 

"Dave" 

"Dave is a package that any 
girl would like to call her own." 
Ambition: To be a success and 
have a good life 
Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4 



GAIL JEAN 
POLICELLA 

"This dainty miss is sweet and 
gay. As good at work as at 
play." 

Ambition : To work in Gerri 
Rickley's office 

Cheerleader 4; Ski Club 3, 4; 
Art Club Secretary 4; Talent 
Show 4 



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I' 



"If she'd look the other way, I'd snitch 
something." 





FRANCES 
"MAUREEN" 
PELLERIN 
"Moe" 

"Here's a gal with twinkling 
eyes, A personality that never 
dies." 

Ambition: To never change 
my wonderful ways 



ROLAND PELLETIER 
"Rollo" 

*'As he "Rolls" his merry way. 
Friends cheer on with laughter 

Ambition: To join the Army 




GERARD J. POTVIN 
"Pots" 

"A little nonsense now and . 
then, Is relisHkrd by the 
of 




SHARON R. POTVIN 

"Sharon has sparkling eyes and 
long blonde hair ; A quiet girl 
like her is rare." 
Ambition : To become a hair- 
dresser 



JILL PORTER 
"Squirt" 

"Just a cute little girl; With a 
smile and a curl." 
Ambition: To become an IBM 
technician and to be happy 
Business Club 4; Art Club 4 



"I wasn't doin' nuttin'; duh, just hangin' around. 




SHEILA RAE RADULSKl 
"Little R" 

"Shiela is the girl with thr big 
brown eyes, In the field of 
sports is where her skill lies." 
Ambition : To become a "good" 
history teacher 

National Honor Society 3. 4; 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, CoCap- 
tain 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Art 
Club 4; Softball 1. 2. 3. 4; 
Business Club 4 



NANCY TERESA 
RAINVILLE 

"Nance" 

"Full of smiles full of fun. 

Nance is liked by everyone." 

Ambition: To become a secre- 
tary 

Ski Club 4; Business Club 4; 

Basketball 4 



JOHN JOSEPH 
RAMASKA 
"Hans" 

"Active classworker and "Veep" 
if you ask; His best is put for- 
ward no matter the task." 
Ambition : To become a good 
doctor 

Cadets 1, 2, 3, Lt. Colonal 4: 
Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 4; 
Ski Club 3; College Club 3. 4; 
National Honor Society 3, Vice 
Pros. 4; Yearbook Rep. 4 



JOSEPH W. 
RAPAZZO, JR. 
"Cousin" 

"If at first you don't 
FORGET IT!" 




ROBERT G. RICCIO 
"Bob" 

"Working wilh numbers seems 
to be The thing that puts Bob 
in ecstasy" 

Ambition: Certified Public Ac- 
countant 

French Club; Italian Club; 
Cadet Corps 



WILLIAM RICKARD 
"Bill" 

"Eat, drink and be merry, for 
tomorrow I flunk" 
Ambition : To become a Certi- 
fied Public Accountant 
Ski Club 4 



GERALDINE T. 
RICKLEY 

"Gerri" 

"Gerri's fun-loving and fancy 
free. As happy as anyone can 
be" 

Ambition : To become a certi- 
fied dental hygienist. 
Blue and White Staff 1, 2, 3. 4; 
Student Council 3 ; Art Club 4 
Ski Club 4 



WILLIAM H. RILEY 
"Bill" 

"The life of Riley is the life 
for me" 

Ambition: To become an engi- 
neer 

Baseball 2; Cadet Corps 1. 2. 
3. 4 



M 



DAVID ANDREW 
RODGERS 
"Dave" 

"An active member in our 
Cadet Corps, His witty ways 
make us roar" 

Ambition : To be an electrician 
Cadet Corps, 1. 2, 3, 4 





JUDITH A. ROZZI 
"Judy" 

"God made me small so He 
could do a job of it" 
Ambition : To become a pro- 
fessional bookkeeper 
Cheerleader 4. Italian Club 2; 
Art Club 4 ; Talent Show 4 ; 
Astronomy Club I 



ALLEN M. RUDIS 
"Albert" 

"A life of Chemistry is his 
dream Sulfuric Acid. Hydrogen, 
and Chlorine" 

Ambition : To become a chemical 
Engineer 

Basketball 1; Italian Club 



JOHN RUDIS 
"Napoleon" 

"Napoleon is John's nickname 

He's sure to achieve just as 
much fame" 

Ambition : To be a top elimi- 
nator 



JOHN SABBAGH 
"Johnny" 

"One can always spot John, for 
he is the best dressed in a class- 
full. He's kind, witty, and some- 
times even bashful." 
Ambition : Business Management 
French Club 3; College Club 
3. 4 



J. MICHAEL 
ST. LAURENT 
"Saint" 

"His nickname Vsainl" makes 
us wonder; Is Mike really 
quiet or more like thunder?'* 
Ambition : To succeed 
Cadets I, 2, 3, 4 



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Beach Day! 




48 







STELLA 
"Wabbit" 

"She*8 never hai 
proud, But populai 
crowd" 

Ambition: To become a med 
cal secretary 
Senior Art Club; Business 
Club 4; Italian Club 3; Bas- 
ketball 2; Ski Club 4 



"The life at sea is the life for 
me** 

Ambition : To be an admiral 





"Yeeck!" 



RICHARD ST. ONGE 
"Smily" 

"Like the Cheshire cat, he 
was just one big grin/' 
Ambition : Carpenter 



ORLANDO SALAZAR 
"Orly" 

"Little I ask; my wants are 
few." 

Ambition: To be a go6d engi- 
neer 



ROBERT SAMPERI 
"Bob" 

"His great knack for telling 

jokes will make, his patients 

happier folks 

Ambition : Psychiatrist 

Ski Club 4; Cadets 1, 2; Track 

1* 2, 3, 4 



JOSEPH SAPIENZA ^ 
"Jophus" 

"In the trumpet he's the best; 
Watch him score on an English 
test." 

Ambition : To be a success 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 
4; Track 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3; 
Cross Country 4; Student Coun* 
oil 4; College Club 3, 4; Sen- 
ior Play Cast 



EDWARD W. SARFDE 
"Edger" 

"Laugh and be merry, for who 
knows what the *morrow may 
bring." 

Ambition : To be an engineer 
Basketball 1 ; Football 1. 



RICHARD 

SAVASTANO 
"Suvy" 

"He is little, he is wise; 
He's a terror for his si«e." 
Ambition; To become a physi- 
cal education teacher 
Basketball 1; Football 1, 2. 
3. 




RONALD SARAO 
"Ronnie" 

"Some say he's bashful, oth- 
ers doubt it." 

Ambition : To become a body 
man 



JANICE M. SAWYER 
"Jack" 

"Always willing to do her 
share, when there's work to be 
done, Jan's always there." 
Ambition: To be content 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Blue & White 
Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 1; 
College Club 3, 4; German 
Club, Pres. 4; Honor Society 3, 
Treas. 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Physics Club 4; Math Club 4 



ELAINE C. SCHUBERT 
"Sherby" 

"Quiet and neat, thoughtful and 
sweet." 

Ambition: Journalist National 
Honor Society 3, Sec. 4; French 
Club 1; College Club 3. 4; 
German Club 4; Glee Club 2, 
3, 4 



KATHLEEN ANN 
SCIACCA 
"Kathy" 

"Here's a girl we all should 
know, with a radiant smile and 
an atomic glow." 
Ambition: French Teacher 
French Club 3, 4 



JAMES A. SCIONE 
"Jim" 

"Quiet, conscientious, and al- 
ways willing to do a good 
deed; with qualities like liis, 
we know he'll succeed." 



To be a success 




PAUL SHAHEEN 

"It takes 13 muscles 
.frowD, only 2 to smile; 
never strain myself." 
Ambition: Civil Engineer 
Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4 



JUDITH E. SHAIA 
"Judy" 

"Judy is swell as - we all know, 
maybe that is why we like her 
so." 

Ambition : Elementary teacher 
French Club 3, 4; College Club 
3, 4; Ski Club 4; Field Hockey 
4; Yearbook Rep. 4 



JAMES C. 

SHAMBERGER 
"Jim" 

"A quiet boy is our Jim, but 
a great guy to those who know 
him." 

Ambition: To be a success 
Italian Club 



BARBARA SHEARER 
"Barb" 

"Sparkling eyes, and full of 
fun, provocative glances bring 
men on the run." 
Ambition : To be a public ac- 
countant 

Ski Club 4; Business Club 4 



FRANK J. SIERPINA 
"Stretch" 

"Frank is tall and sometimes 
quiet, but in the classroom, 
he's a riot." 
Ambition : Math teacher 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 
1; Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 
College Club 3, 4; Baseball 
2; Ski Club 4; Senior Class 



Play 




Basketball Season! Ir. 




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ROBERT D. 
SEDGWICK 
"Bob" 

"Now here is a boy who is 
on the beam. To most of the 
gals, he's considered a 
dream" 

Ambition : Mechanical Engi- 
neer 

Track 3. 4; French Club, 
President 4; Senior Class Play 



ALAN SHAFER 
"Twink" 

"As boss of the Seniors, he 
never shirked: No one can say 
that Al never worked" 
President Senior Class; Ski Club 
3, 4, Vice-President; College 
Club 3, 4, President; Blue and 
White 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Or- 
chestra 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 
3, 4, Co-Captain 




JOSEPH W. 
SIFFERLEN 
"Joe" 

'*Joe*s a guy that's consid- 
ered much more than fair; 
Our hope is that he won't 
change when he becomes a 
millionaire" 

Ambition: To become rich 
Cadets 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4 



JOANNE B. SIMILI 
"Jo-Sim" 

"Vivacious and small Well loved 
by all" 

Ambition: To gel married and 
raise a happy and healthy 
family 

.Ski Club 4 



"The answers to tne test are : 1. true 2. false 



SHIRLEY A. SIMOES 
"Shirl" 

"Happy and culc, but never 
bold ; She's a friend to have 
as good as gold" 
Ambition: Elementary Teacher 
French Club 4 



JAQUELINE M. 
SIMONE 
"Jacki" 

"A shout, a laugh, a crowd 
that's gay With Jacki in its cen- 
ter in every way" 
Ambition: To finally stop get- 
ting in trouble 

Art Club 4; Business Club 4, 
Vice-President; Glee Club; Ski 
Club 4; Talent Show 2, 3 



HARRY A. SIMPSON 

"Why do today what you can 
put off 'till tomorrow?" 
Ambition : Pharmacist 
Cadets 1, 2 



NORMA SLACK 
"Abnormal" 

"No matter what others will 
be; She will be herself 
Majorettes 3, 4; Talent Show 
3, 4; French Club 2; Italian 
Club 4; College Club 4 





La soeur de Dracula! Elle estvarrivee! 




DENNIS A. TORRISI 
"D.T." 

"It takes 13 muscles to frown. 
Only 2 to smile. I Never 
strain myself." 

Ambition : I'd become a Pub- 
lic Accountant 

Track Team 3; Science Club 
1 




MARILYN E. 
"Lynn" 



TULLEY 



SUSAN TURMEL 
"Sue" 



"Demure and dignified is she ; 
But full of fun as one can be." 
Ambition : To own a yellow 
XKE with black interior 
Glee Club 1, 2; Chess Club 1; 
Astronomy Club 2; College 
Club Publicity Chairman 3, 4 
Blue & White Staff 2, 3, 4 
Art Club 4; French Club 2 
Yearbook Staff 4 



*'Some stars 
ers shine." 
Ambition 
secretary 
French Club 1 
Talent Show 4 



St twinkle, oth- 



To be an executive 



Cheerleader 4 : 




PAULINE TALBOT 
"P.T." 

"Friendliness is the ticket to 
happy living." 

Ambition ; To become a medi- 
cal secretary 
Business Club 4 



JANET S. VALCOURT 
"Jan" 

"With always a smile as she 
goes past; What a wonderful 
friend is this charming lass." 
Ambition : To attend college 
Art Club 4; Ski Club 3; Col- 
lege Club 3, 4 



ROBERT B. TAPLIN 
"Tap" 

"He looks quiet, but look 
again." 

Ambition: To succeed in bus- 
iness 

Ski Club 4; Cadets 1, 2 



JOSEPH VELLARDITA 
"J.V." 

"An all-around fellow, and 
a wonderful guy." 
Ambition: Pharmacist 
Track 1, 2; Baseball 3 






JOSEPH F. SOUCY 
"Jose" 

"He has a smile and never 
loses it; He has a frown, but 
never uses il" 

Ambition : To become a great 
guitar player 
Football 3 




THERESA CHRISTINE 
SOUCY 
"Terry" 

** Always laughing, always 
merry ; Full of life, that's our 
Terry." 

Ambition: Secretary 
Business Club 4 



ROBERT STANLEY 
"Kid" 

"A talkative fellow is hard to 
find; But Bob sure is active in 
this line" 

Ambition: T/> go to Suffolk 
Cadets 1, 2, 3; Italian Club 4 



PHYLLIS L STOKER 
"Phil" 

"Cheerful, snappy, always hap- 
py" 

Ambition: Professional book- 
keeper 

Business /fCl/b 4; Club 4; 



PHILIP SZELIGA 
"Twinkles" 

"No matter what others may 
be, he will always be him- 
self" 

Ambition: Stock car driver 





ANTHONY S. 
W TARQUINIO 
A)^"Tony" 

"njp worries have I" 
JbHbition : To be successful in 
[Whatever I do" 



WILLIAM P. TOOMEY 
"Bill" 

"Pleasant, well-mannered, and 
rather shy; Every worthwhile 
activity Bill will try" 
Ambition : To be an astronomer 
Astronomy Club, President 



MICHAEL TORBIN 
"Mike" 

"Personality brains and mis- 
chievous .air A swell fellow like 
Mike is really rare" 
Ambition: To be successful 
Frencli Club 2 ; German Club 
4; Cadets 1, 2, 4; Astronomy 
Club 4, Yearbook Rep. ; Base- 
ball 1, 2 



MARGARET TORLA 

"Peggy" 

"A pleasing manner is a win- 
ning quality" 

Ambition : To be a success in 
life 

Business Club 4 ; Senior Art 
Club; Blue & White 4; Chess 
Club I 




"Alright, who put the vanishing cream on me?" 




JUDITH VIGLIONE 
"Judy" 

"Quiet and sweet, thoughtful 
and neat'* 

Ambition: To become an ex- 
ecutive secretary 
Business Club 4; Italian Club; 
Blue and White Staff 4; Year- 
book Representative 



SANDRA LEE 
VIGNAULT 
"Sandy" 

**Gentle manner, pleasant smile, 
are two of Sandy's traits which 
are certainly worthwhile" 
Ambition : To become a secre- 
tary or social worker 
Ski Club; Business Club 4; Jr. 
Historical Society 



CHERYL A. WADE 

"She's a cute miss, merry and 
kind; A sweeter gal you'll never 
find" 

Ambition : To become a High 
School teacher 

French Club 1. 3; Ski Club 3. 
4; College Club 3, 4; Cheer- 
leader 4; Talent Show 4 



JAMES WAGNER 



way to kill time 
it to death" 



"Jim" 

"The 
work 

Ambition: Music Supervisor 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 
4;, College .Club 3, 4 



HERBERT 
WAITHE, 
"Elgin" 

"The boy in the 
the dancing feet 
with him is a rei 



JR. 



class with 
One dance 




SUSAN WALSH 
"Sue" 



flower, not a pearl, 
regular, all-around 



".Not 
Just 
girl" 

Ambition: Peace Corps Vol- 
unteer 

National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Blue & White Staff 3, 4; 
Basketball 1, 2. 3. 4; Field 
Hockey I, 2, 3, 4; Softball 
1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Glee Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club 4; Tal- 
ent Show 2 



DONALD WALTO^ 
"Bud" 

"Handsome, lively, and full of 
fun" 

Ambition: To become a physical 
education teacher and football 

coach 

Basketball 3, 4; Track 3, 4; 

Cross Country 4 



CAROL ANN WARING 
"Slim" 

Full of life, full of fun. Speak- 
she's one'* 
become an office 



ing of sports, 
Ambition: To 
secretary 
Field Hockey 
ball: Softball 



2. 3, 4; Basket- 



CHERYL JANE 
WARING 
"Little One" 

"In the field of sports Cheryl 
does excel, Win or lose you 
can hear her yell" 
Ambition : A good hairdresser 
and a good wife 

Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket- 
ball 1; Softball 1 



DAVID WEIDLICH 
"Surfer" 

"A preppy dresser is our 
Dave; Watch him hang ten on 
a gigantic wave" 
Ambition : To become an 
oceanographer / 
Ski Club 3, 4 



'Ban takes the worry out of being close" 



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I 




* 





DAVID A. WALKER 

"Dave" 

"Devilish ways . . . ^--u for 
a laugh anytime." 
Ambition: To be successful 
Track 2, 3; Italian Club 4; 
Cadets 1 



DIANE JUNE WALKER 
"Dee" 

"Diane puis all her troubles in 
'the bottom of her heart end 
then sits on the lid and 
laughs.** 

Ambition : Airline Stewardess 
Basketball 1; French Club 4; 
Ski Club 3, 4 





"Duh, fancy meetin' you here, Mr. Lister!' 



DONNA WEINHOLD 
"Felix" 

**When work and pleasure 
clash, let the work go to 
smash." 

Ambition: To succeed in life. 



JAMES WILSON 
"Jim" 

"Where "to find his equal 

hard to tell." 

Ambition: Surveying 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4 



1^ 



JOSEPH WILSON 
"Buck" 

"Fun-loving and fancy-free." 
Ambition: To become a me- 
chanic and build cars. 
Band I. 2, 3. 4 



WAYNE WILSON 
"Whip" 

"Whip wants to be a 
man ; with his great 
we're sure he can." 
Ambition : To 
business 
Track 3, 4 



JUDITH WINDLE 

"Judi" 

business- "Quiet, but still humorous in 

qualities her own little way." 

Ambition : To become a com- 
inlo private mercial artist and make Ha- 

waii my home 
Ski Club 4; Art Club 4 



EDWARD GENE 
WLODYKA 
"Doberman" 

"A man of few words is he.*' 
Ambition: Mechanical Engi* 




CARL PATRICK 
WINTERS 
"Whitey" 

"For he's a jolly good fel- 
low." 

Ambition: Ti-aclier 
Band 4; Ski Club 4 



SUSAN WOODCOCK 
"Sue" 

"Gal about town." 
Ambition: Secretary 





"Come up and see me some time, Big Boy." 



GERALD J. WOODARD 
^ "Woody" 

"Let US have wine ami wom- 
an, mirth, and laughter; Ser- 
mons anrl Alka Seltzer the day 
after." 

Ambition; To make a million 
Ski Club 4 



LOUISE 

WORTHINGTON 
"Mary" 

"Laugh and the world laughs 
with you; Giggle and Louise 
giggles more." 

Ambition: To succeed in life 
Art Club 4; Ski Club 4; Busi- 
ness Club 4. 



SUSAN- YOUNG 
"Sue" 

"Nicf to look at. but better 
to know'* 



THEODORE T. ZAKIA 
"Ted" 

"Fun and frolic, Glee is there 
Ambition: To grow old 



PATRICIA ZAPPALA 
"Pat" 

"To keep happy is all 1 try to 
do/' 

Ambition: To marry a sailor 



JEAN ZANFAGNA 
"Jeannie" 

"Here's a gal who just joined 
our class ; she's sure to know 
everyone here real fast." 
Ambition: Secretary or Account- 
ant 




MARY ANNE 
ZARANKO 
"Mary" 

"Her mind is free from care.' 
Ambition: To graduate 



Junior Officers 




BACK ROW: Janice Hoyle, Beverly Forest 
FRONT ROW: Stephen Yanagi, Paul Golobski 




BACK ROW : Mary Beth Tobia, Joanne Grasso 
FRONT ROW : Eileen Cunningham, Fred Nassar 



Sophomore Officers 



ing and Queen 





Class Wits 



^ PATRICIA MOTTRAM 
RICHARD SAVASTANO 



Class Flirt 

and 
Casanova 



ROSE JABOUR 
STEPHEN BESHARA 




Most Intellectual 



JANICE SAWYER 
MICHAEL MESROBIAN 



Done Most for 
T. H. S. 



JUDY INGALLS 
ALAN SHAFER 




Most Likely to 
Succeed 




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Coach Pauta Coach Cosselin Coach Kiimas 



ft' 

A3 &12.f .? 







TOP ROW: F. Nassar, D. Kolifrath, C. Flanagan, D. Wills. B. Hebsch. M. Beshara 

MID. ROW: W. Hutton, T. Catalano, R. Johnson, J. Harnish, J. McQuillan, B. Blood, J. Bohne, L. Kuzmitski, S. Blaney 
BOTTOM ROW: B. Gallagher, W. Feugill, J. Brink, cocapt A. Shafer, co-capt K. Kuzmitski, co-capt C. Nicolosi, 0. Bnido, D. 
Dyer, B. Bergeron 



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"Watch the material, bud . . . the taxpayers will kill me." 



"Our team's 
hvA friend." 



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Our Football Queen ^ 

Her Attendants 




Joyce Healey Queen Charleah Martin Susan Blood 




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FRONT: Pat LaFrance, Nancy Lanctot, Rhonda Fleming, Joan Earnshaw, Capt. Judy Ingalls, Norma Slack, Marie Connors, 

Joanne Pearson, Jeanne Beshara 
BACK: Cynthia Diamond, Jane Donovan, Pat Bardsley, Harriet Kiriajes 




Mass Confusion 



Ready ... and 1, 2, 3, 4 . 




FIRST: D. McGuire, C. Waring, C. Dawson, F. Scannell, Capt. J. MIechko, C. Mlechko, S. Cunningham, S. Blood, 
S. Walsh 

SECOND: Coach Bailey, Manager E. Constantineau, Manager C. Messer, E. Studley, J. Haldane, R. Medauer, C. 

Waring, J. Fugge, R. Jabour, C. Hyde, Manager C. Morris, Manager M. Tobia 
THIRD ROW: J. Haldane, C. Wespiser, D. Bakios, K. Palleno, L. Aubert, S. DeGuglielmo, M. Perrault, P. Mottram, 

P. Blight, J. Shaia, A. Callahan, V. Kelleher, B. Lawton, S. Hanson, C. Dobeck, P. Donahue, J. Martone, P. Samia 




It's mine! The ball is on the other side! 



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Cross Country 




TOP RQW: Coach Rimas, D. Gagnon, C. Bruce, P. Golobski, B. Domian, F. Dorman, J. Barry, B. Gastanza, B. Beaulieu, A. Potvin, F. Helbick, 
B. LaBua (Mgr.) 

BOTTOM ROW: B. Orlando, J. Lorenza, J. Sapienza, J. LeClair, R. Hodge, J. Ramaska, D. Donahue, J. Hamilton, D. Walton 




Manager Bob LaBua Coach John Rimas Captain Roddy Hodge 



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Our Rangers 



Won 14 Lost 6 




TOP ROW: J. Fuller, J. Swift, S. Blaney, M. Chwalek 

MIDDLE ROW: Manager D. Donahue, S. Yanagi, S. Angus, P. Golobski, G. Taylor, R. Dorman, H. Waithe 
BOTTOM ROW: Coach John Rimas, R. Dyer, Co-Capt. R. Orlando, Co-Capt, J. Hamilton, T. Coyle, W. Coyle 




Girls' Basketball 




FIRST: S. Walsh, S. Cunningham, J. Jankowski, Co-Capt. S. Radulski, Co-Capt. J. Mlechko, C. Mlechko, L Diaz, P. Mottram 
SECOND: P. Donahue, P. Pagluiso, B. Rose, K. McRobbie, M. Hurley, S. Blood, P. Lambert 
THIRD: B. McKenzie, B. Hebert, P. Bibeau, L. Aubert, B. Riccio, H. Kiraijes 
FOURTH: J. Martone, C. Diodati, Coach Bailey, C. Carney, J. Haldane 




Methuen 
Methuen 
Methuen 
Methuen 
Methuen 
Methuen 
Methuen 
Methuen 
Methuen 
"Methuen 
Methuen 
Methuen 



TEAM RECORD 

74 N. Andover 



33 
75 
50 
69 
57 
50 
30 
43 
58 
61 
46 



Tewksbury 

St. Pat's 

Billerica 

St. Pat's 

N. Andover 

Chelmsford 

Tewksbury 

Wihnington 

Billerica 

Burlington 

Dracut 



23 
39 
30 
70 
35 
20 
18 
48 
63 
55 
17 
23 



Co-Captain Sheila Radulski, Coach Bailey, Co-Captain Judy Mlechko 



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My guard's bigger than your 
puard ! 




Home Sweet 
Homicide 



Hail to chief Mrs. Hovanasian, our 
director. 



Our student directors Jay 
and Judy Ingalls. 




The motley crew who made our Senior Play such a huge success. 



Cast 



April Barbara Blouin 

Dinah Vicki Crawford 

Archie Ken Auclair 

Polly Walker Cynthia Alekel 

Hill Smith Bob Sedgwick 

Sgt. O'hara Frank Sierpina 

Pete Robert Hodge 

Marion Carstairs Ann Findeisen 

Mrs. Cherington Joy Davis 

Mr. Cherington Mark Eaton 



Wallie Sanford Joe Sapienza 

Frankie Riley John Nault 

Rupert Van Deusen Al DeBurro 

Joella Nancy Henderson 

Slukey Tom Graham 

Flashlight John Michaud 

Joe Tim Casey 

Mag Nancy Lanctot 

Betsy Irene Lever 

Wendy Beverly Eaton 



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90 



The Receiving Line 



Dancing till Dawn 




Drum and Bugle Corps Arch of Swords for the Queen 




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Military Ball 

February 26, 1965 




The Queen and Her Court 



February 26, 1965, was the date of the annual Military Ball. Among 
the honored at this gala event were Colonel and Commander of the Corps 
Charles Habeeb, Lieutenant Colonel and Executive Officer John Ramaska, 
Majors Joseph LeClair and Robert Hodge. 

It was also the night that Patricia Langevin reigned as Cadet Queen. 
Her two attendants were Vicki Crawford and Virginia Amiss. 

As usual, the Ball was a huge success, and it was enjoyed by all who 
attended. 




Attention! 



The Colonel 



Passing in Review 



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Skiers and snow bunnies 





95 




OFFICERS: Michael Mesrobian, pres., Jane Criticos, publicity chairman, Mr. Gagne, advisor, Janice Sawyer, 
treas., Elaine Shubert, sec, John Ramaska, vice-pres. 




SEATED: Jane Criticas, Janice Sawyer, John Ramaska, Michael Mesrobian, EHaine Shubert, Mr. Gagne 

MIDDLE: Paula Goldblatt, Phyllis Chiarenza, Pat DePittrillo, Carol Holt, Arlene Bloiner, Karen Jones, Cynthia Alekel, Susan Walsh, Elaine 

Lemieux, Jean Beshara, Shereen Patrick 
HACK: Judith Ingalls, Kathleen House, Maureen Ferris, Sheila Radulski, Raymond Faerber, Mark Eaton, Judith Mlecko, Beverly Eaton, Elaine 
96 Balcius 




SEATED: Mr. Law, Judy Ingalls, Pat Langevin, Jackie Guilmet, Burl)ura Dcrochers 

MIDDLE: Ann Gross, Charleali Marlin, Joe Sapienzu, Nancy Lanpevin, Colccn Hyde, Cathy Brown 

BACK: Bernadine Hood, Suzanne Schrvender, Jeff Sandler, Ann Findeisen 



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Blue and White 

Entire Staff 




Seniors 



Editor and Assistant 



Mr. Goebel, advisor, Linda Demerjian, assistant editor, 
Arlene Blotner, editor 





Business Staff 



L-R: Nancy Matthes, Cathy O'Connell, Cheryl Mcintosh, 
Jean Beshara, Mgr., Theo Capaldo, Marilyn Tulley 



Circulation Staff 



Michael Chwalek, Joyce Beeley, mgr., Paul Burke, Patricia 
Morgan, Stephen Beshara 





FRONT ROW: Mr. Lister, advisor, Sheila Radulski, Paula Goldblatt, Candacc Nassar, editor, Cynthia Alekel, Joyce Beeley. MIDDLE ROW: 
Marilyn Tulley, Judy Ingalls, Ann Findeisen, Kathy House, Charleah Martin. BACK ROW: Ray Faerber, Dick Dyer, Norman Cook, Mike 
Mesrobian. 



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Editor and Assistant Sports Editors 




Norman Kathy Joyce Mike Paula Ray Ann 



TROMBONES 
Frank Weymouth 1st. 
Ernest Naylor 2nd. 
Ronald Rother 
Linda Heffeman 3rd. 



BARITONE 
Kathy Smith 
Susan Zurwell 



TUBA 

Frank Sierpina 1st 
Mark Eaton 2nd. 
Gerard Quintal 
Raymond Sirois 3rd. 
Carl Winters 



FRENCH HORN 
Janice Sawyer 1st. 
Donna Bakios 2nd. 
Janet Wagner 3rd. 



SOLO CORNET 
James Wagner 
Joseph Sapienza 
Alfred Graicher 
Peter Hayhow 



1ST. CORNET 
Carol Klufts 
Richard Hoffman 



2ND. CORNET 
Bruce Skaff 
John Hollins 
Ronald Simoes 




"Mac" 





3RD. CORNET 
David Vose 
Robert Heffeman 
Richard Wunderlich 

4TH CORNET 
MichaeJ Grasso 
Edward Benson 
William Lernard 

1ST TRUMPET 
James Wilson 
Thomas Flanders 

2ND TRUMPET 
Judy Lippold 



Mr. Tarlian 



1ST ALTO SAX 
Thomas Graliam 
Sally Brain 2nd. 



1ST TENOR SAX 
Beverly Eaton 
Diane Kania 



SOLO LTARINET 
Charleah Martin 
Barbara Addison 
Coleen Hyde 
Gary White 
Joyce Healy 
Barbara Hebert 



1ST CLARINET 
Joyce E^amshaw 
Diane Domoradzki 



2ND CLARINET 

Joanne Sierpina 
Kenneth Bonanno 
Joy Davis 



3RD CLARINET 
Michael Fredrico 
Sandra Wilson 
Heather Briggs 
Ralph Denoncourt 



ALTO CLARINET 
Donna Hughes 



BASS CLARINET 
Alan Shafer 



1ST SNARE DRUM 
Eric Proctor 
John Barry 



2ND SNARE DRUM 
Michael Bardsley 
Peter Chapman 
David Remick 
Robert Hebert 



BASS AND 

TYMPANI 
John Nault 





Swing Band 




L-R.: Frank Sierpina, Tom Graham, Alan Shafer, Eric Procter, Pete Hayhow, Joe Sapienza, Frank Wey- 
mouth, John Nault. 



Orchestra 



Glee Club 




OFFICERS: Kathy Dawson, Cheryl Ackroyd, Pat Mottram, Mr. Contois, advisor 




FRONT: Mr. Comtois, Madeleine LaLumiere, Qaire McCarthy, Mary Ann Giosrffi, Pat Haigh, Qieryl Ackroyd 
BACK: Pat Cote, Cathy Dawson, Judy Fay, Elaine Shubcrt, Pat Mottram 



105 



Business Club 




OFFICERS: Jacki Simone, vice-pres., Joan Lucy, sec, Miss St.Pierre, advisor, Jean Beshara, pres., 
Jackie Guilmet, treas. 




FRONT: Gail Policella, Pat Haigh, Susan Jurdi, Joan Lucy, Jacki Simone, Miss St.Pierre, Jean Beshara, Ann Gioseffi, Linda Feldman, Maureen 
Beshara, Jackie Guilmet. SECOND: Jill Porter, Rose Jabour, Sandy Vignault, Barbara Forbes, Nancy Rainville, Nancy Lanctot, Pauline 
Talbot, Joyce Haldane, Linda Hebsch, Stella Rogelb, Beverly Campolini, Pat Cote, Eleanor Jacklin. THIRD: Beverly Jordan, Carol DeLuca, 
Donna Milius, Jean Miller, Vickie Crawford, Joan Elamshaw, Diane Abesamra, Joyce Beeley, Phyllis Stoker, Mary Grosser, Louise Worthington, 
Nora Donahue, Jane Dennis, Pat Langevin, Tcrri Soucy, Rhonda Fleming. FOURTH: Katliy House, Kathy Garrigan, Judy Collins, Joyce Eamshaw, 
Barbara Nannis, Winnie Edwards, Linda CuUey, Nancy Kalen, Carol Elward, Nancy Fitzmorris, Sheila Radulski, Pat Mottram, Marie Carta, Judy 
IQ^ jaskot, Calhy O'Brien. 



Junior Historical Society 




FRONT ROW: L to R, Barbara Nannis, Linda Culley, Pat Mottram, Miss Danelian, Carol Elward 

SECOND ROW: L to R, Lynda Feldman, Sandy Vignault, Joan Simile, Joan Eamshaw, Barbara Forbes, Linda Hebsch, Beverly Campolini, Jill 
Porter 

THIRD ROW: L to R, Joyce Earnshaw, Mary Ann Grosser, Judy Jaskot, Marie Carta, Jackie Guilmet, Cheryl Bower, Louise Coltraro 




OFFICERS: L. to R., Barbara Nannis, treasurer; Linda Culley, secretary; Miss naiiolian, advisor; 
Carol Elward, vice-president; Pat Mottram, president. 



107 



Art Club 




OFFICERS: Maureen Beshara, Treas.; Mr. Melia, Advisor; Judy Ingalls, President; Diane Abe- 
samra, Vice-Pres.; and Gail Policella, Secretary. 




FRONT ROW: (L-R) Jill Porter, Janet Valcourt, Paula Goldblatt, Rosalie Giordano, John Ramaska, Alan Shafer, Mr. Melia, Judy Ingalls, 
Maureen Beshara, Diane Abcsamra, Gail Policella, Judy Rozzi, and Marilyn Tulley. SECOND ROW: (L-R) Pat Haigh, Jacki Simone, Charleah 
Martin, Carloita Calalano, Gail Koczal, Linda Normand, Brenda Malbon, Jane Dennis, Donna Milius, Chucky Messina, Jean Miller, Toni Goujon, 
Judy Blais, Barb Blouin, Vicki Crawford, Joan Napoli, Rose Jabour, and Stella Rogelis. THIRD ROW: Phylis Stoker, Stephen Beshara, Nancy 
Henderson, Nora Donahue, Kathleen House, Judy Collins, Joyce Beeley, Sheila Radulski, Winnie Edwards, Edward Wlodyka, Ann Findeisen, Christine 
Akscyn, KatFilcen Garrigan, Gayle Ciras, Louise Worthington, Virginia Amiss, Nancy Smith, Sandra Maniero. FOURTH ROW: Linda Diaz, Judith 
108 ^"^y^ Ju<l>'h Windle, Harlan Briggs, Robert Cuscia, Judith Edwards, Joan Lucy, Katherine O'Brien. 



College Club 




OFFICERS: Mrs. Hershfield, advisor, Alan Shafer, pres., Rosalie Giordano, vice-pres., Marilyn 
Tulley, publicity chairman. Candy Nassar, Arlene Blotner, Paula Goldblatt. 

College Night 




Don't I know you from somewhere? Boy, was thai cake good! 

109 



Cadet Corps 




Mr. Morrisette Lt. Col. John Ramaska Col. Charles Habeeb 



Senior Officers 



■\ 



I ^V.l '±: -k: ± A JL-^ viv -v^'^ -v^x' .>j., \^j_> 



FRONT: Ken Kusmitski, Richard Dyer, James Hurley, John Ramaska, Charles Habeeb, Robert Hodge, Joseph LeClair, Patrick Costa, Richard 
Nault, Michael St. Laurent. SECOND: Mr. Morrisette, Ron Hamel, Richard DeSimone, Bill Dooley, Tim Casey, Bill Riley, Joseph Laorenza, 
David Gordon, Ronald McCraken, Richard Lombardo, Fred Petralia, Dave Rogers. THIRD: Richard Kisiel, Alfred Demers, Robert Norris, Gary 
Mills, Fred Bcolcy. John Faro, Don Morley, Laurent Dube, Michael Torbin, Robert Perrault, James Cooney. BACK: John Paris, David Piatt, 
Joseph Sifferlin, Robert McCracken, Robert Monette, Alan Graichen, Paul Shaheen, Paul Payson, Jay Cuticchia, Joseph Kus, Mitchel Dyeak. 



ItO 



Coin Club 




K. Kelleher, J. Kettler, J. Freije, V. Fiorella, Miss Danelian, advisor 

Chess Club 




FRONT: J. Kettler, A. Goujon, Miss Danelian, advisor 

BACK: V. Fiorella, Ovide Brudo, J. Frejie, K. Kelleher, B. LaTorre, H. Goujon 



Physics Club 




OFFICERS: Candy Nassar, treas., Joyce Gilbert, sec, Raymond Faerber, pres., Mike Mesrobian, 
vice-pres.y Mr. Russell, advisor 




SEATED: Joanne Pearson, Shtrri Patrick, Joyce Gilbert, Mike Mesrobian, Phil McKinnis, Candy Nassar, Karen Jones, Janice Sawyer 
MIDDLE: Mr. Russell, Tom Graham, Bob Perault, Tom Bryant, Jim Eaton, Ray Faerber, Mike Torbin, Don Morley, Bob Norris, Joe LeClair 
BACK: Al Shafer, Ken Kusmitski, Bob Sedgewick, Bob McCraken, Bob Monelte, Chuck Habeeb, John Ramaska, Al Grachien 



112 



Italian Club 




SEATED: Elaine Milone, Robin Mcdauer, Ronnie Moniscalco, Secretary, Patrick Costa, Vice-President, Joe Laorenza, President, Phil McKinnis, 

Treasurer, Rita Thomas, Charlene Smeriglio 
FIRST ROW: Miss Papa, Sandy DcGuglielmo, Nancy Vetrone, Janice Malandrino, Alice Calahan, Terry Mesiti, June Zarzour, Kathy Burke, Sally 

Ann Giaquinto, Ann Corey, Sharon Milone, Theo Capaldo 
SECOND ROW: Benjamin LaTorre, Charles Messina, Bob Stanley, Kenny Bonanno, James Scione, Rene Milone 



Astronomy Club 




SEATED: R. Cooiidgc, Vice President, W. Twoomey, President, Mr. Russell, Advisor 
STANDING: K. Bonanno, M. Torbin, J. Raniaska, J. Grossman 



French Club 




OFFICERS: Barbara Derochers, historian, Paul Golobski, vice-pres., Robert Sedgwick, pres., Ber- 
nadine Hood, treas., Mr. Gagne, advisor 



Seniors 




SEATED: Barbara Derochers, Paul Golobski, Robert Sedgwick, Mr. Gagne, Bernadine Hood 

MIDDLE: Kathy Sciacca, Shirley Simoes, Cheryl Ackroyd, Elaine Lemieux, Veronica Martineau, Betty Getchell, Phyllis Chiarenza 
BACK: Kathy Bunce, Ann Findeisen, Diane Walker, Elaine Balcius, Joy Davis, Kathy Garrigan 



114 



German Club 




SEATED: L. Call, S. Morrell, M. Armitage, J. Sawyer, E. Balcius, Miss Lange, Advisor. 

FRONT ROW: M. Venti, K. Paleno, D. Lemieux, J. Flockerzi, C. Klufts, C. Dawson, E. Schubert, S. Brain, C. Dobrzynski, B. Vogel, K. O'Connell, 
C. Morris, S. Patrick 

STANDING: R. Simpson, R. Male, M. Torbin, F. Lindner, B. Pankauski, M. Eaton, J. Ketler, T. Bryant, J. Criticos 




Class Directory 



Abesamra, Diane 22 Lippold St. 

Ackroyd, Cherylle J 76 Ashland Ave. 

Akscyn, Christine M 16 Merrimack St. 

Allard, Donald 209 Lawrence St. 

Alekel, Cynthia E 57 East St. 

Amiss, Virginia E 11 Maplewood Ave. 

Angelari, Joseph R 21 Erie Road 

Asmega, Richard J 12 Fulkerson Ave. 

Auclair, Kenneth 3 Pelham St. 

Balcius, Elaine J 90 Arnold St. 

Baril, Robert R 34 Sea St. 

Bashkoian, Peter R 38 Merriline Ave. 

Beeley, Frederick R 63 Howe St. 

Beeley, Joyce L 6 Kendall St. 

Belanger, Donna 198 Pelham St. 

Bergeron, John R 56 Causeway St. 

Beshara, Jeanne M 6 Pleasant View St. 

Beshara, Maureen E 8 Moison Ave. 

Beshara, Stephen M 8 Moison Ave. 

Bevin, Barbara A 26 Arnold St. 

Blais, Judith A 11 Church St. 

Blood, Susan 16 Avon Ave. 

Blotner, Arlene M 36 Tudor St. 

Blouin, Barbara 19 Larchwood Rd. 

Blouin, William P 40 Calumet Rd. 

Bogannam, Kenneth 12 Lexington Ave. 

Borowy, Stanley J 6 Arthur St. 

Bower, Cheryl A 40 Garden St. 

Brown, Diana L 4 Inglewood Terr. 

Briggs, Harlan H 23 High St. 

Briggs, Leonard A 687 Forest St. 

Brink, Jeffrey 31 East St. 

Bryant, Thomas R 26 Ames St. 

Bunce, Katherine 56 Pinehurst Ave. 

Brudo, Ovide 34 B Chase St. 

Buka, William J 68 Camden St. 

Burke, Paul 39 Medford Street 

Callahan, Alice R 144 Cross St. 

Campolini, Beverly A 56 Oakhill Dr. 

Caron, Thomas 12 Hampshire Road 

Carta, Marie J 48 Calumet Rd. 

Casey, Timothy J 80 Elm St. 

Catalano, Carlotta 8 Oak Knoll Rd. 

Catteau, Karen G 2 Freeport St. 

Chiarenza, Phyllis R 14 Dexter St. 

Ciras, Gayle F 98a Hampstead St. 

Coco, John A 13 Vamum Ave. 

Collins, Judith A 130 Oakland Ave. 

Coltraro, Louise M 43 Booth Rd. 

Condon, Ronald J 37 Sawyer St. 

Connors, Marie 18 Curtis St. 

Cook, Norman J 140 Tyler St. 

Coolidge, Russell M 219 Howe St. 

Cooney, James 96 Brown Street 

Cote, Patricia M 21 Kirk St. 

Costa, Patrick 39 Taylor St. 



Coyle, Thomas P 115 Oakside Ave. 

Coyle, William A 115 Oakside Ave. 

Crawford, Rhoda V 6 Windsor St. 

Crocker, Anne E 32 Gage St. 

Criticos, Jane E 11 Oak Hill Dr. 

Culley, Linda R 24 Pleasant Circle 

Cuscia, Robert C 1 West Ayer St. 

Cuticchia, Joseph M 33 Pindwood Rd. 

Davis, Joy E 43 Pleasant St. 

Dawson, Catherine A 4 Frederick Ave. 

DeBurro, Alfred 12 Greendale St. 

DeLucca, Carol M 20 Golf Ave. 

Demers, Alfred 7 Gleason St. 

Dennis, Jane E 238 Broadway 

Dennison, Leslie R 66 Hampshire St. 

DePetrillo, Patricia A 31 Paris St. 

DeSimone, Richard N 142 Warwick St. 

Desrochers, Robert J 120 Cross St. 

Devine, Mary M 146 Edgewood Ave. 

Diaz, Linda M 22 Arnold St. 

DiLello, Thomas P 527 Lowell St. 

Diodati, Carol 55 Strathmore Rd. 

Diodati, Diane M 65 Newport St. 

DiZazzo, Joseph J 61 Oak St. 

Donahue, Daniel A 20 Birch Ave. 

Donahue, Daniel R 42 Camden St. 

Donahue, Nora T 30 Albion St. 

Dooley, William 138 Tyler St. 

Donovan, Jane M 505 Prospect St. 

Dube, Laurent G 2 Merrill St. 

Dyer, Richard W 10 Filbert St. 

Dyeak, Mitchell 21 Camden St. 

Eamshaw, Joan W 138 Camden St. 

Earnshaw, Joyce M 138 Camden St. 

Eaton, Beverly J 129 North Lowell St. 

Eaton, James E 15 Sawyer St. 

Eaton, Mark W 32 Park St. 

Eddy, Esther E 28 Lyndale Ave. 

Edwards, Judith A 11 Smith Avenue 

Edwards, Winifred A 11 Smith Ave. 

Elward, Carol A 5 Durrell St. 

Elias, James 318 Forrest St. 

Faerber, Raymond H. . . 17 Strathmore Rd. 

Faro, John 29 Houston Ave. 

Faro, Richard 177 East St. 

Fay, Judith A 3 Woodside Ave. 

Feldman, Lynda 10 Odile St. 

Fenton, Sheila 

Feugill, Walter H 35 Laurel Ave. 

Ferris, Maureen 14 Birchwood Road 

Fichera, Frank J 24 Oak Knoll Road 

Findeisen, Ann 167 Lowell St. 

Fitzniaurice, Anne R 10 Clayton Ave. 

Fleming, Rhonda 98 Pleasant View St. 

Foley, Jean L 25 Arnold St. 

Forbes, Barbara J 5 Kirk St. 



Foster, John K 28 Hampshire Circle 

Fox, Dennis P 12 Hampstead St. 

Gagnon, Theresa J 233 Lowell Blvd. 

Garabedian, Martin 372 Hampshire Rd. 

Garrigan, Kathleen 178 Broadway 

Garvey, Patricia A 142 Oakside Ave. 

Gervais, Paul A 113 Center St. 

Getchell, Elizabeth M. . . 925 Riverside Dr. 

Gilbert, Joyce C 29 Kimball Rd. 

Giodano, Rosalie 210 East St. 

Gioseffi, Ann M 3 King Street 

Goldblatt, Paula A 34 Buswell Ave. 

Gordon, David B 3 Kimball Rd. 

Goujon, Antoinette 25 Stafford St. 

Graham, Thomas P 23 Lowell St. 

Graichen, Alan R 11 Lincoln St. 

Groleau, Daniel E 95 North Lowell St. 

Grosser, Mary A 28 Birch Avenue 

Guilmet, Jacqueline F. . . 4 Canobieola Rd. 
Gunning, Laurence H. . . 527 Prospect St. 
Gustartis, Michael K. . . 114 Edgewood Ave. 

Habeeb, Charles E 7 Anderson Drive 

Hadley, Bernard M 149 Tenney St. 

Haigh, Daniel H 321 Forest St. 

Haigh, Patricia A 160 Oak St. 

Haldane, Joyce L 83 Pelham St. 

Hallbauer, Douglas K 29 Vermont St. 

Hamel, Ronald R 60 Berwick St. 

Hamilton, James R 9 Kendall St. 

Hardacre, Robert R 33 North St. 

Hastings, Ward S 42 Summer St. 

Hayhow, Peter 71 North Lowell St. 

Healey, Joyce M 205 Lowell St. 

Hebert, Barbara 236 Oak St. 

Hebsch, Linda 14 Hampton St. 

Henderson, Nancy J 46 Westland St. 

Heman, Craig 5 Fulkerson Ave. 

Henley, Robert L 23 Albion St. 

Hodge, Robert J 18 Clinton St. 

Holt, Carol J 23 Belmont St. 

House, Kathleen A 7 Girard Ave. 

Hurley, James M 487 Lowell St. 

laci, Joseph 1 Boylston St. 

Ingalls, Judith A. . . 106 Pleasant View St. 

Jabour, Rose A 549 Howe St. 

Jacklin, Eleanor F 27% Thornton St. 

Jaskot, Judith A. 64 Riverdale St. 

Jaworski, Linda M 76 Clayton Ave. 

Jones, Karen N 328 Pelham St. 

Jordan, Beverly A 1 Golf Ave. 

Jubinville, Victor A 113 Elm St. 

Jurdi, Susan 1 16 Chase St. 

Kaelin, Nancy C 29% Thornton Ct. 

Katen, Charlotte C 88 Birchwood Rd. 

Kenney, Patricia E 22 Chelmsford St. 

Kirkman, Alan C 244 Howe St. 



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Class Directory 



Kisiel, Richard P 9 Hill Ave. 

Koczat, Gail M 12 Laurel Ave. 

Koehler, Janice L 6 Curtis St. 

Kozdra, Gail M 45 Kensington Ave. 

Kupiec, Edward L 8 Richardson Ct. 

Kus, Joseph P 3 Englewood Terr. 

Kuzniitski, Kenneth P. . . 94 Greenhalge St. 

LaBua, Robert K 185 Tenney St. 

LaFlamme, Elaine A 5 Clinton St. 

LaFrance, Patricia 35 Gaywood Rd. 

Lalumiere, Madeliene 5 Stadium Rd. 

Lanctot, Nancy E 7 Elsmere Ave. 

Langevin, Patricia A. . 127 North Lowell St. 

LaPlante, Ronald L. 81 Forest St. 

Lattinville, Richard T 20 Sampson St. 

Laudani, Joanne C 391 Howe St. 

Law, Richard D 92 Lowell St. 

LeClair, Joseph R 170 Warwick St. 

Lemieux, Elaine J 60 Berwick St. 

Lever, Irene 107 Arnold St. 

Lombardo, Richard M 27 Smith Ave. 

Lough, Kingsley D 10 Tremont St. 

Lucy, Joan A 395 Lowell St. 

Mainiero, Sandra L 15 Myrtle St. 

Malbon, Brenda J 605 Lowell Rd. 

Malignaggi, Carol M. . . 39 Fairview Ave. 

Marquis, Pauline R 46 Phillips St. 

Martin, Catherine C 44 Lyndale Ave. 

Matthes, Nancy R 84 Railroad St. 

McCarthy, Claire M 28 Carleton St. 

McCracken, Robert L 20 Pleasant Cir. 

McCracken, Ronald A 73 Lowell St. 

McGonigle, Linda 12 Louise Ave. 

McKenzie, Julie C 140 Hampstead St. 

McKinnis, Philip P 52 East St. 

McRobbie, Kathryn 74 Tower St. 

Meranian, Margaret 155 Center St. 

Messina, Charles T 157 Swan St. 

Mesrobian, Michael A. . 130 Edgewood Ave. 

Meyer, Thomas H 396 Oak St. 

Michaud, Edward P 10 Roseland St. 

Michaud, John J 8 Avon Ave. 

Milinazzo, Jo-Ellen A 93 Center St. 

Milius, Donna A 39 Ashford St. 

Miller, Jean A 7 Merrimack St. 

Miller, Stephen R 8 Union St. 

Mills, Garrett J 3 Hampshire Cir. 

Milnes, John 3 Snow Ave. 

Mingins, George F 47 Lowell St. 

Mitchell, Joseph R V Perley St. 

Mlechko, Judith A 14 Ashland Ave. 

Monette, Robert J 62 Pelham St. 

Monfet, Elaine 16 Farley St. 

Morley, Donald E 108 Hampshire Rd. 

Mottram, Patricia 14A Hobson St. 

Murphy, Mary A 112 Oskside Ave. 



Nannis, Barbara S 21 Moisson Ave. 

ffassar, Candace 1 9 Albion St. 

Napoli, Joan M 30 Elaine Ave. 

Nault, John E 488 Lowell St. 

Nault, Richard A 20 Newhill Rd. 

Nelson, Daniel W 287 Pelham St. 

Nicolosi, Carl D 36 Tilton St. 

Nimmo, Linda J 35 Baremeadow St. 

Norniand, Linda 606 Lowell Rd. 

Norris, Robert L 4 Pleasant View St. 

Novello, Ann 22 Ashford St. 

O'Brien, Kathrjn M 90 Davis Rd. 

O'Connell, Sheila R 254 Oakland Ave. 

Orlando, Robert A 50 Riverdale St. 

Pare, James 103 Elm Street 

Paris, John W 8 Canobieola Rd. 

Patrick, Shereen L 242 Howe St. 

Payson, Paul E 90 Piedmont St. 

Pearson, Joanne E 81 Pleasant St. 

Peglow, Ronald L 1 Short St. 

Pellerin, Frances M 27 Dewey St. 

Pelletier, Roland C 45 Phillip St. 

Perrault, Robert 21 Union St. 

Petralia, Alfred 37 Davis Rd. 

Pickles, Gail T 69 Riverdale St. 

Piatt, David B 511 Prospect St. 

Policella, Gail J 60 Davis Rd. 

Porter, Jill 8 Chelmsford St. 

Potvin, Gerard 96 Taft Avenue 

Potvin, Sharon 239 Pelham St. 

Radulski, Sheila R 276 Forest St. 

Rainville, Nancy T 26 Kirk St. 

Ramaska, John J 33 Hadley Rd. 

Rapazzo, Joseph V 4 Chelmsford St. 

Riccio, Robert G 21 Spruce St. 

Rickard, William E 119 Oakside Ave. 

Rickley, Geraldine 5 Florence Rd. 

Riley, William H 57 Atkinson St. 

Rodgers, David A 3 Tudor St. 

Rogelis, Stella B 14 Cross Ave. 

Roy, Ernest 177 Forest St. 

Rozzi, Judith A 4 Pinehurst Ave. 

Rudis, Allen M 6 Whittier St. 

Rudis, John J 7 Whittier St. 

Sabbagh, John J 15 Albion St. 

St. Laurent, Michael J. . . 172 Pleasant St. 

St. Onge, Richard G 49iyi. Lowell Rd. 

Salazar, Orlando 34-B Chase St. 

Samperi, Robert A 12 Central St. 

Sapienza, Joseph J 149 Swan St. 

Sarao, Ronald J 59V1' Adams Ave. 

Sarfde, Edward W 232 Oakland Ave. 

Savastano, Richard J 19 Plymouth St. 

Sawyer, Janice M 26 Pleasant Cir. 

Schubert, Elaine E. . 194 Pleasant Valley St. 



Sciacca, Kathleen Bunglow Ave. 

Scione, James A 17 Merrill St. 

Sedgwick, Robert D 64 Davis Rd. 

Shafer, Alan P 34 Piedmont St. 

Shaheen, Paul 4 Caswell Ave. 

Shaia, Judith E 8 Shirley Ave. 

Shamberger, James C 26 Ayer St. 

Shearer, Barbara J 128 Oakland Ave. 

Sierpina, Frank J 241 Washington St. 

Sifferlen, Joseph W 146 East St. 

Simili, Joanne B 80 Reservoir St. 

Simoes, Shirley A 4 Elm St. 

Simone, Jacqueline M. . . 11 Randolph Ave. 

Simpson, Harry A 4 Timber Lane 

Slack, Norma F 112 Camden St. 

Soucy, Joseph F 345 Hampshire Rd. 

Smith, Alice 9 Todor St. 

Smith, Nancy 50 Oak Crest Cir. 

Soucy, Theresa C 91 Oakside Ave. 

Stanley, Robert F 889 Riverside Dr. 

Stoker, Phyllis 1 115 Center St. 

Szeliga, Philip J 110 Center St. 

Talbot, Pauline M 8 Greendale St. 

Taplin, Robert B 39 Ormonde Rd. 

Tardugno, Karen J 231 Forest St. 

Tarquinio, Anthony 6 Glen Ave. 

Toomey, William P 75 Cross St. 

Torbin, Michael 14 Caswell Ave. 

Torla, Margaret M 20 Annis St. 

Tulley, Marilyn E 68 Pleasant St. 

Turmel, Susan R 45 Benefit St. 

Valcourt, Janet S 11 Strathmore Rd. 

Vellardita, Joseph 44 Dexter St. 

Viglione, Judith 100 Newbury Ave. 

Vignault, Sandra L 45 Simone St. 

Wade, Cheryl 233 Howe St. 

Wagner, James G 122 Pleasant St. 

Waithe, Herbert 166 Merrimack St. 

Walker, David A 58yo Union St. 

Walker, Diane J 381 Lowell St. 

Walsh, Susan E 91 Pelham St. 

Walton, Donald 65 Ashland St. 

Waring, Carol A 35 Oakland Ave. 

Waring, Cher>l J. . . . , 35 Oakland Ave. 

Weidlich, David F 136 Merrimack St. 

Weinhold, Donna L 43 North St. 

Wilson, James R 11 Tudor St. 

Wilson, Wayne T 84 Haverhill St. 

Windle, Judith A 25 Madison St. 

Winters, Carl 147 Camden St. 

Wlodyka, Edward G 87 Riverdale St. 

Worthington, Louise 1 Emsley Terr. 

Young, Susan C 115 West St. 

Zakia, Theodore 47 Campus Rd. 

Zaranko, .Maryanrte 3 Annis St. 

Zappala, Patricia A 14 Birch Ave. 



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Lo ring's Studios 

Lawrence, Mass. 





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The Senior Class of '65 would like to 
express its deep appreciation for the 
unequalled Service, Co-operation and 
Photography provided us by Loring 
Studios. 



316 Essex St. 
Tel. 30360 




Vaudeville Returns to Tenney 





Softball 




Capt. Sue Walsh Miss Bailey 



Seniors 




BACK ROW: Miss Bailey, V. Lambert, B. McKenzie, S. Cunningham, P. Mottrani, L. Ninmio, L Gagon, I'al Bil)eau. 
CENTER: Linda Diaz, S. Radulski, J. Melecho, S. Walsh, C. Melecho, I). Kania, P. Paauluso. 
FRONT ROW: D. Perron, J. Martone, J. Fugge, J. Haldane, P. Donohue, C. Kalil. 





BACK ROW : Mr. Scannel, S. Yanagi, L. Kuzmitski, R. Condon, T. Coyle, K. Boganamon, J. Buglione, R. Johnson. 

FRONT ROW: K Auclair, F. Beeley, D. A. Donohue, D. R. Donahue, W. Coyle, K. Kuzmitski, S. Miller, M. Garabedian. 




Mr. Scannel Capt. Dan A. Donohue 



Baseball 
Team 




SENIORS 




BACK ROW: Mr. Hannigan, T. McMannamon, Metsna, B. Buliar, P. Golobski, P. Mai, F. Doorman, M. Chawaleck, R. Doorman, J. Harnish, Goomes, 

W. Kaupinasas, J. Fuller, G. Oueletle, Mr. Rimas 
CENTER: Trustle, R. Beshara, T. Casey, A. Grachien, 0. Brudo, F. Messer, P. Sparta, D. Oulette, A. Potvin, P. Hawshan 
FRONT ROW: H. Waithe, W. Wilson, J. Ramaska, J. Laorenza, J. Sapienza, A. Shafer, T. Graham, J. LeClair, R. La Bua 



Track Team 




SENIORS 



Auf Wiedersehen 




At the banquet 




On June 4 the Class of 1965 
held their Senior Prom. The 
theme, "Auf Wiedersehen," was 
one to be remembered. A movie 
and banquet followed. All will 
reminisce upon this last eventful 
night for the class of 1965. 




Arlene and Ray 

'Til We Meet Again 




Our Class Officers and dates 



Class History 



Paula Goldblatt 



To the Ancient Mariner, 
Wherever he may be. 
We lovingly and fondly 
Dedicate this history. 

We are two ancient historians, 
Who stoppeth all of thee 
To tell the story of '65 
And awaken your memory. 

Tenncy's doors were opened wide 
.And as freshman we all came in. 
The classes met, the curriculum set; 
May'st hear the merry din. 

Captain IJeaumont holds us with his age old talk, 
"If you have an 'A' mind," quoth he, 

"And you get 'C marks — hold off! You're a graybeard loon!" 
Eftsoons the orders dropped he. 

At the Freshman Reception we stood with glittering eye. 
The King and Queen stood still: 
'Twas Carl Nicolosi and Gail Pollicella. 
And the upperclassmcn paid the bill! 

The class cheered after the elections appeared 
Merrily we did choose 

President — Roddy Hodge, Vice President — Ken Auclair, Secre- 
tary — Rosalie Giordano, Treasurer — Vicki Crawford. 
With them, how could we lose? 

Our .Student Council sat at a desk: 

Pat Langevin and Barbara Blouin were two of the three 

And the third was Kathy McRobbie. 

The sun went down on one Friday. 
And the Military Ball began. 
The first big event for our cadets 
And to it they all ran. 

Harder and harder they practiced 
Until Field Day at last arrived. 

Chuck Habeeb, Joe Le Qair, and Bill Riley won the medals 
Oh, how hard they strived! 

At last the year had ended 

And out of the balls we ran. 

Nodding our heads and saying "good-bye" 

On our way to the beach for a tan. 

As sophomores we paced into the halls 
Red as a rose were we. 

President— Roddy Hodge, Vice President— Ken Auclair, Secre- 
tary — Rosalie Giordano, Treasurer — Karen Jones 
Were chosen almost unanimously. 

To the Student Council we did our best 
To elect the finest three: 

Barbara Blouin. Pat Langevin, and Rose Jabour 
Worked quite satisfactorily. 

And out for sports 

Won't all who were inclined athletically 
Football, basketball, baseball, 
Track, softbull, and field hockey 

The Military Ball did come again 
And to it we all went. 

The girls looked tintillating and the fellows handsome: 
Ihe cadets m their uniforms and the other boys in the tuxes 
they did rent 

And now there came the DAR 

They didn't have to look very far, 

For Arlene Blotner and John Ramaska were chosen. 

Hurrah, hurrah, hurrah! 

And through the spring th(i cheers did ring, 

Karen Jones became a cheerleader and Judy Ingalls, a majorette. 



ind John Ramaska 



"They'll be good," we said 
That's a sure bet! 

Once again it was Cadet Field Day 

John Ramaska, Roddy Hodge, and Ron Dill did place. 

And Mr. Morrisette looked on and said, 

"Now they're marching at a double-time pace!" 

Soon on the scene 

The good old ring-man did appear. 

He measured our fingers 

For the rings we would get next year 

At length came bobbin' a hep red robin. 

Through the green leaves it came. 

"School's out!" was our rousing shout. 

We're quite sure our sophomore year was not spent in vain! 

We came back in September, 63 
And elected our class officers four: 

President — Dick Dyer, Vice President — Carl Nicolosi, Secretary — 

Rosalie Giordano, Treasurer — Karen Jones. 
Now who could ask for more? 

Council members, council members everywhere 
And all the kids did cheer. 

Jackie Guilmet, Judy Ingalls, Pat Langevin, Gerri Rickley 
Represented us that year. 

In October we cheered, "Our class rings are here!" 
The ring man placed them in our anxious little paws. 
We exclaimed, "How convivial 
Our rings contain no flaws!" 

The white snow flew, the cold wind blew 
The girls were dressed td a "t". 
It was the Military Ball in our Junior year. 
Oh, what a sight to see! ! 

Alone, alone, all, all, alone 
Alone with our Manter Hall. 
Synonyms and antonyms everywhere 
They really got our gall 

In the merry, merry month of May 
We had a pleasant suprise: 

The DAR to Mike Mesrobian and Ann Findeisen went. 
'Twas a very worthy prize. 

Cheering and Majorette tryouts soon came and went 
Karen Jones made the cheering team. 
Judy Ingalls captained the majorettes 

Under her were Jeanne Beshara, Joan Earnshaw, Rhonda Flem- 
ing, Nancy Lanctot, and Norma Slack. 
My, these girls were certainly on the beam! 

The Honor Society induction was a solemn affair 
Planned and presented with much care. 

The new members were Cynthia Alekel, Elaine Balcius, Jeanne 
Beshara, Arlene Blotner, Phyllis Chiarenza, Pat DePetrillo, 
Beverly Eaton, Mark Eaton, Ray Faeber, Maureen Ferris, Paula 
Goldblatt, Carol Holt, Kathy House, Judy Ingalls, Karen 
Nelda Krukonis, Elaine Lemieus, Judy Mlechko, Sheila Radul- 
ski, Susan Walsh. 

And the officers were 

President — Mike Mesrobian, Veep — John Ramaska, Treasurer — 
Janice Sawyer, Secretary — Elaine Shubert, Publicity Chairman — 
Jane Criticos. 

On the stadium green the cadets were seen. 
And at Field Day these were the most elite: 
Chuck Habeeb, Jim Hurley, and Dick Nault 
Man thy sure had talented feet! 

Finals were taken and reports cards out 
Don't cha know the year was ended. 
When we returned we would be seniors 
But now the surf boards were being mended. 



And now there came September and school 
And we grew wonderous bold. 
For we were seniors — the leaders of the pack 
And the underclassmen did what they were told ! 

Ballots were here, ballots were there 
Election time was around 

We crackled and growled, and roared and howled 
And finally picked this crowd: 

President — Alan Shafer, Vice President — ^John Ramaska, Secre- 
tary — Rosalie Giordano, Treasurer — -Paula Goldblatt. 

"See, See!" we cried. "We've picked six more 

Hither to take the wheel" 

We elected the Student Council members: 

Pat Langevin — President, Judy Ingalls — Secretary, Jackie Guil- 
met — Treasurer, Charleah Martin, Joe Sapienza, and Ann Fin- 
deisen 

They steadied us with upright keel. 

God save thee, honored Yearbook Staff 

From the deadlines that plague thee thus. 

Candy Nassar, our hardworking Editor, Led Cynthia Alekel, 
Joyce Beeley, Norman Cook, Dick Dyer, Ray Faeber, Ann 
Findeisen, Paula Goldblatt. Kathy House, Nelda Krukonis, 
Judy Ingalls, Charleah, Martin, Mike Mesrobian. and Marilyn 
Tulley 

Who worked without much fuss. 

Alas! ( thought we) and we were very proud 
To see how much she tried 
Arlene Blotner is editor of the Blue and White. 
Through her efforts, it still hasn't died. 

A speck, a mist, a shape we wist! 
And still it neared and neared; 
The boys dodged in their spikes 
As the football tacked and veered. 

They looked to heaven and began to pray 

Al Shafer, Ken Kuzmitski, and Carl Nicolosi captained this 

motley crew. 
But a rousing cheer came and made 
The Ranger football team win a few. 

The Football Queen paced onto the field 

Followed by her attendants was she. 

It was Charleah Martin, Joyce Healey, and Susan Blood. 

They were a lovely three. 

Higher and higher every year 
The cheerleaders did jump 

Karen Jones captained Barbara Blouin, Cherly Wade, Elaine 
Laflamme, Nelda Krukonis, Joyce Gilbert, Julie McKenzie, 
Gayle Ciras, Gail Policella, Judy Rozzi. Diane Abesamra, Mau- 
reen Beshara, Susan Turmel, and Ann Findeisen 

While the majorettes marched — 
Thump, thump, thump! ! 

Judy Ingalls captained Pat LaFrance, Nancy Lanctot, Rhonda 
Fleming, Joan Earnshaw, Norma Slack, Marie Connors, Joanne 
Pearson, Jeanne Beshara, and Jane Donovan 

These players ran about while the sun was hot and high 
Roddy Hodge was captain of our cross-country team 
And Judy Mlechko was captain of the field hockey team 
These boys and girls really gav<! it a good try. 

Four times fifty Tenney Cadets 
Assembled at the Cadet Hop. 

The officers were Colonel — Chuck Habeeb, Lt. Colonel — John 
Ramaska, Adg. Major — Joe LeClair, Drill Major — Roddy Hod- 
ge, and Drum Major — Pat Costa. 

These were the cream of the crop. 

Her lips were red, her eyes were sparkling. 
Her locks were black as night. 
Pat Langevin was our Cadet Queen 



With Vicki Crawford to her left 
And Gina Amiss to her right. 

Home Sweet Homicide was our Senior Play 

Ann Findeisen, Vicki Crawford, Barbara Blouin. l>oi) Sedgwick, 

and Ken Auclair were the leads 
And Mrs. Hovanasliian, Judy Ingalls, and Jay Cuiticchia directed 
without i)a> ! 

We praise thee. Miss .\lckel 
Thdugii we fear liiy skinny strap. 
Thou did act your part very well 
When that strap did snap. 

The ball dipped in and then rushed out. 
With long strides liie players came 

They were captained by Boi) Orlando, Jay Hamilton, Sheila 

Radulski, and Judy Mlechko. 
And our basketball teams gained much fame. 

The many girls so beautiful 

At the Military Ball did sigh. 

And a thousand, thousand Wednesday warriors 

Marched on and passed them by. 

One after one came the star-studded acts 
As Ken Auclair introduced them that night. 
At the Talent Show the senior boys and girls 
Were really and ineffable sight! 

Beyond the shadow of the school 

To the annual Student Government Day 

As a senator Judy Ingalls went. 

Of the coninionwealth we wondered what she had to say. 

To four worthy students 
Special honors were given: 

Ovide Brudo, Norman Cook, and Judy Collins became Honor 

Society bound 
And Joe LeClair to Lt. Colonel was risen. 

In the spring there were three teams: 
Baseball, soflball, and track. 

Dan (Bear) Donahue and Susan Walsh captained the first two 
And in skill they did not lack. 

The senior boys at first in Parrot's car did ride, 
Then a pawing Black horse let go. 
She made a chug-a-lugging bound. 
It flung the blood into their heads 
And down they fell in a swound! ! 

Oh, when announced we clapped our hands 
The class King and Queen were these: 
Carl Nicolosi and Pat Langevin 
Us they surely did please. 

The Viennese Palace doors were opened wide 
And through them we went in. 
The dates are met, the Prom is set 
And the dancing only cost a fin. 

She holds him with her glittering eye 
Her admiring date stood still 
And listens like a three years' child 
Auf Wiedersehn was certainly a thrill. 

All stood together on the stage 
For graduation honors: 

Valedictorian— Elaine Shubert, Salutatorian— Judith Ingalls, 
Honor Essayist — Arlene Blotner, and Class Day Orator — Pat 

DePetrillo. 
At studies these girls cut no corners. 

We go like those who before have gone 

And in a sense forlorn. 

Sadder, but, oh, much wiser. 

We rise and face the morrow morn. 



Class Prophecy 



By Mark Eaton and Mike Mesrobian 
Scene: London, 1980 



MM — Oh, XhfTc you arc. You were terrific on the sl«Be tooight. There hasn't 

b'-f'n a Hamlft iince ... 
ME — Richard Burton. I know. Thank you for reminding me. 
MM — Aren't you even going to §ay hello? 

ME — I ran*l. I jutt read an article saying that all geniuses tend to be snob- 
bish, and I don*t want to contradict our public image. It's nice to sec 
you though . . . (overdue recognition) Mike ! How are you ? Why didn't you 
trll me? How have you been? 

MM — H you 11 1 me get over to the pcripl, I may Irll you. 

ME— Oh» this busincHH is a bore. After you've died twenty times, even thai 
gels rather dull. When I finally die. for real, I think I shall be intensely 
uninterested in the fact. Also, I miss Methuen. 

MM- Do you gel to go back there much? 

ME— No, hardly at all. I still subscribe to the Tribune^ though . . . it's the 
only papiT I can find that publishes *'Morly Merklc" ... so I know a lot of 
what's going on. 

MM Like what? 

ME- Well, let's see. I've noticed in the society pages that many of our class 
mates have snared handsome and prosperous husbands. (They've overlooked 
me so far, but they have found quite a few good ones.) I understand that 
RARRARA SHEARER, JOANNE SIMILI. JACKI SIMONE, DONNA WEIN- 
HOLD. PAT ZAPPALA. KATHY O'BRIEN. BARBARA BEVIN, PAT LAM- 
BERT MAUREEN PELLERIN, MNDA JAWORSKI, BEV JORDAN, BAR- 
BARA FORBES, JUDY FAY, KAREN CATTEAU, AND PEGGY TORI.A 
fir*' nil particularly well-married. I just happen to remember offliand. 

MM— Whatever happened lo PAUL BURKE? Did he remain a ''solemn 
bflehelor" as he vowed? 

ME— Married. Several children. But he can nfford it : He's a nilllionaire. 

MM— Millionaire!?! Paul Burke!?! 

ME — Oh, yes. He invented a breakfast cereal called *'Jerry Cruncher." (I( 
e<imes in a special box called the Sydney Carton, designed by TON I 
COUJON. Horrible loste! 

MM— Then how does it sell? 

ME— Good slogans: JANE CRITICOS is in charge of publicity. Surely you've 
heard of '*Jerry Cruncher." Remember the contest "free trip to the Riviera"? 
Thai went over big. PETE HAYHOW thought of that. 

MM — Oh. yes. I remember. Who won? 

ME— CAROL HOLT. It's quite a prominent corporation Paul has. JUDY 
SHAIA. NORMA SLACK, and JOAN NAPOLI are on the board of di- 
rectors. DAN R. DONAHUE is the official taster. Three other millionaires 
are JOHN PARIS GERALD WOODWARD, and JOE ANCELARI. Joe 
says he just woke up one morning and found he was rich. Since then 
there have been fantastic amounts of money offered for his bed, his 
painmas. and his pillowcase, but it seems there was more to it than noc- 
turnal mapie. 

MM--What happened to JOHN RAMASKA? 

ME— He's a doctor now, io the great delight of PAUL GERVAIS. who is an 
undertaker, and to the great delight of RONNIE PECLOW. who makes 
cankrin. What else do I know? JOYCE FARNSHAW is a nurse, as are 
JANE DONOVAN. LINDA NORMAND. JOANNE PEARSON, BETTY GET- 
CHFLL. JEAN FOELY, MAUREEN FERRIS. SHEILA FENTON. AND 
DONAN BFLANCER. Donna is a practical nurse — the rest are rather frivo- 
Ion.. JIM COONEY is barber. NANCY SMITH. SHARON POTVIN. 
CHERYL WARING, PAULINE MARQUIS. DONNA MARTINEAU. DONNA 
Minus. JEAN MILLER. LINDA NIMMO. TRTSHA KENNEY. MADE- 
LEINE LALUMIERE. JUDIE BLAIS. PAT HAIGH. and NANCY FITZ- 
MAURICE are nil benntleinns. T iiist happen lo know that offlinnd. 
MM-If nolhlng else. Melhuen mnV be dandruff free. 

ME— JIM WAGNER t* involved in n I>it nf n controversy, 1 Tinderstand. It 
seems he claim* lo have written nn nperettn c.illed "The Barber of AlKiers." 
Olhera claim Paul McCarlney wrote it for the Beatles to perform. But lei's 
face (t- it's difficult to imagine Paul having more than the least posstbU 



experience with barbers, so I think Jim is fairly safe. 

MM— I heard that RODDY HODGE has quite a reputation in intellectual 
circles now. He wrote an essay on, er, "dialectical materialism." Nobody 
knows where he ever heard of it, but he's an authority on it now. Even 
THEODORE T. ZAKIA. the noted government theorist, marvels at it. 

ME — Indeed. 

MM — And, of course, you must have heard about FRANK SIERPINA'S suc- 
cess in television. 
ME — I never read theater news. 

MM — Oh. I was reading it in Variety just today. Two years ago he became 
the twenty-third person to host that midnight variety show nobody used to 
watch. Now It has the highest ratings in America. Teachers and students 
alike are now falling asleep in the classroom, and labor unions are pressing 
that no one be forced to get up and go to work before 10 a.m. so people 
can enjoy the show. Parents don't have to worry any longer about their 
daughters not returning home from a date by midnight ; now she rushes 
in at 11 in order not to miss the show. That is the show in which both 
JOE DIZAZZO and JOE SOUCY, apparently two of the hottest recording 
stars of the decade, made their spectacular debuts. It was there that 
BILL BLOUIN really established his reputation as the greatest thing since 
Soupy Sales (or so the paper said). Now even CHERYLLE ACKROYD is 
persuaded to sing on the show. And the interviews they have are supposed 
to be fascinating; they've had RUSSELL COOLIDCE . . . 

ME — Wasn't he a President? 

MM — No, no, no, no, no. He was the astronaut who took a wrong turn on 
his flight lo Mars and discovered a tenth planet; he hasn't been able to 
return yet, but they sent messages back and forth. And they had SHERRI 
PATRICK, the German scholar who found an exception that doesn't have 
a rule ; and JANICE SAWYER, the Nobel prize- winning chemist who 
recently regained the attention and admiration of the world by discovering 
a fantastic new way to prepare chicken-asparagus casserole. 

ME — I knew she'd make good. As best I can figure it, about thirty of our 
graduates are secretaries. MARIE CARTA, JUDY JASKOT. and NANCY 
MATTHES are legal secretaries; the rest are rather shady. There's BEV 
CAMPOLINI, NANCY KAELIN, LINDA McCONIGLE. PAULINE TAL- 
BOT, STELLA ROGELIS,— they're medical secretaries— and PATRICIA 
COTE, LOUISE COLTRARO, JOANNE KITSAN, SUSAN JURDI. JUDY 
VIGLIONE, SUSAN TURMEL, LINDA DIAZ, KATHY GARRIGAN, ANN 
MARIE CIOSEFFI, LINDA HEBSCH, ANN NOVELLO, BARBARA NAN- 
NIS, MARY MURPHY, ELAINE MONFET. BRENDA MALBON. SUSAN 
WOODCOCK, CAROL ANN WARING, and TERRY SOUCY. 

MM — You just happen to know that offhand. 

ME— Yes. And, if course that's not including MICHAEL TORBIN, who is 
the Secretary of Stale. Now don't slop me — I'm just getting warmed up. 
For accountants there arc KEN FOSTER, JOSEPH KUS. DENNIS TOR- 
RISI. and BILL RICKARD; also JUDY MLECHKO, ALICE SMITH, 
CLAIRE McCarthy, GAIL pickles, jean ZANFAGNA. and JUDY 
ROZZL What else? Oh. yes. DAVID CORDON. EDDIE SARFDIE. KEN 
BOGANNAN, BOB McCRACKEN, and BILL DOOLEY have all gone into 
engineering; Dave is said to be the only civil engineer — I guess that means 
hc'a more polite than the others. WARD HASTINGS. MIKE GUSTARTIS, 
LARRY GUNNING. NORMAN COOK. DAN NELSON, and KENNY AU- 
CLAIR are all foreslora. 

MM — In the same area? 

ME — I'm afraid so. You can't see the trees for the foresters. BILL TOOM- 
EY is an astronomer. PHYLLIS STOKER has gone into banking. Jack 
Milnes is a disc jockey in the fine tradition of "Wacky Jacky" and "juicy 
Brucey." LINDA FELDMAN is teaching kindergarten. RONNIE HAMEL. 
RON LaPLANTE, JIM PARE, and ROLLO PELLETIER have gone into 
the armed services. (Fascinating, isn't it?) AL DEMERS is making his 
living with cards — birthday, Christmas, get-well; he sells them. JIM ELIAS 
is running a jewelry store. His, of course, was the first place John robbed. 

MM— John? 



ME— LITTLE JOHNNY JONES (just so high) . 1 

I. Fictional character created by Mr. Coebel for the sake of illustration. 

ME — But surely you've heard. He discovered that Mr. Goebel had established 
by syllogistic reasouing that he was a juvenile delinquent. Ho felt he 
couldn't live down the reputation, so he gave himself up to a life of crime. 
It was terrible. He robbed CHERYL BOWER's pharmacy. WAYNE WIL- 
SON'S variety store, BOB T.\PLLN's furniture store. ELLY J.'KCKLIN's 
bakery, GARRY MILL'S joke shop, MITCH DYEAK's used car lot. 
ELAINE BALCIUS's travel agency, JOE RAPAZZO's barber shop, and 
CAROL MALICNAGGI's laundromat. 

MM — Shocking. 

ME — He almost put JOE VELLARDITA's drug store out of business by 

clearing out all the movie magazines and James Bond books. 
MM — Atrocious. 

ME— He robbed DON ALLARD's bicycle shop, WALLY FEUGILL's insurance 
company, TONY TARQUINIO's hardware store, WINNIE EDWARD'S flo- 
ral shop. JIM HURLEY'S department store, LOUISE WORTHINGTON's 
ice cream parlor. EDDIE WLODYKA's lumber yard. JUDY EDWARDS's 
cafe, DICK LAW's shoe store, VIC JUBINVILLE's service station. DICK 
KISIEL's music shop. JOE MITCHELL'S dairy, RHONDA FLEMING'* dress 
shop, JOHN FARO's real estate office, EDDIE KUPlEC's auto repair shop. 
FRED PATRALIA's bus company. RON SARAO's garage, and the THOMAS 
P. COYLE Fidelity Fiduciary Bank. 

MM — Despicable. 

ME— He swiped DIANE DIODATI's Mustang convertible. 
MM — Deplorable. 

ME — He drew moustaches on Senator JOSEPH LeCL.MR's campaign posters. 
MM — Contemptible. 

ME— Worst of all. he plagiarized some of NELDA KRUKONIS's poetry. 
MM — For shame ! 

ME — Then one night he broke into Tenney High School and really caused 
havoc. He entered CAROL DeLUCCA's American History classroom and 
rewrote the grade book. 

MM — Shocking. 

ME— You're repeating yourself. Then he went into JOHN MICHAUD's or- 
chestra room and switched around all the manuscripts, so that next day 
when John passed out the sheets and began to conduct, the violins started 
in mildly on the Peer Gynt Suite while the trumpets were going strong 
on King of the Road. 

MM — How fiendish! 

ME — He did practically the thing at Latry Dube's record shop. He switched 
all the labels on the records. Which, by the way, is the only reason JOE 
lACI was listening to a Tchaikovsky concerto a few days later. 

MM — Egregious. 

ME— That's a good word. He cleaned all the erasers in IRENE LEVER's 
mathematics classroom, so when she rolled down the pattern to make the 
graphs on the board, she couldn't work up any dust. It so unnerved her 
she almost didn't give homework. Almost. 

MM — Unspeakable. 

ME — Then he invaded CARL WINTERS's English classroom and destroyed 

all the MANTER HALL books. 
MM— Well, he couldn't be all bad. 

ME — Then he went to the main office and really raised . . . caused trouble. 
You know how they have four very efficient secretaries there — JEANNE 
BESHARA. MARY ANN GROSSER, KATHY HOUSE, and CAROL EL- 
WARD. He repositioned all the keys on their typewriters. Next day they 
typed the most atrocious things! Well, by this time the principal, JIM 
SCIONE, was practically in tears, and the vice-principal, TOM MEYER, 
was so upset he almost gave Miss Lever detention for walking in the 
corridors without a pass. All the faculty were upset. The drivcr-ed teacher, 
BOB DESROCHERS, was picked up for inattentive driving. The gym 
teachers, DICK SAVASTANO, and PAT MOTTRAM, were so confused they 
forgot to send their classes to the showers; the students were so confused 
they took showers anyway. PAT GARVEY, the dean of girls, was on the 
verge of a nervous breakdown. She decided she needed help. She wrote to 
LEE DENNISON, the advice columnist, who suggested, as usual, that she 
should see a reliable psychiatrist. So Miss Carvey asked a couple of the 
teachers CHERYL WADE and SHIRLEY SIMOES, if they knew a really 
good "headshrinker, if you know what I mean." They both lecommeDded 



BOB SAMPERI. so she went to him in great confidence! but when hf 
began to show her his collection of heads, she ran screaming from thr 
house and hasn't been seen since. ESTHER EDDY replaced her on the 
faculty. Of course, word of all these happenings passed immediately to the 
school commitlet— that is, RONNIE McCRACKEN. BOB STANLEY. 
GEORGE MINGINS. DAVID WALKER, ALAN KIRKM.\N. TIM CASEY 
and P.\TRICK COSTA— who were appropriately indignant for cifiht minutes, 
recommended a relentless search for the culprit, and passed on to their next 
item of business. The crisis called for action from the capable biKirtl ol 
selectmen: that is, ALAN SHAFER. JOE SAPIENZA, and TOM GRAHAM. 
So they wired the President and asked that Methurn be dicland a 
disaster area Johnny Jones was immediately placed on the list of Most 
Wanted Criminals by the revered chief of the F.B.I, himself J (AMES) 
ROBERT WILSON. Johnny decided the wisest thing to do would be lu 
skip off by plane to San Francisco. But he had obviously not kiioun In- 
must encounter those two fearless stewardesses of the air. TERRI DONA- 
HUE and VICKI CRAWFORD. They recognised him immediately and went 
breathlessly to the pilot, CARL NICOI.OSI, who radioed the police and 
turned the plane back to Boston, because, as he put it, "the capture of 
the fink means nothing to me, but 1 hate to see you two without your 
charming smiles." As Johnny tried to flee the plane, he was met by two 
policemen. KINGSLEY LOUGH and DAN A. DONAHUE. He broke into a 
run and dashed into a deserted building nearby. That was his mistake, for 
he did not realize that the construction of that very building had been 
supervised by those two (thank heaven!) incomparable architects TOM 
DII.EI.LO and JOE LAORENZA. So, of course, as he slammed the door, 
the whole building collapsed. JIM DROWN directed his funeral. ELAINE 
SCHUBERT of the United Press InlernalionnI was the first journalist of 
any note to get hold of the story, and she won a Pulitier Priio for her 
reporting. Also, JUDY COLLINS wrote a book about Johnny which got a 
very favorable review in PATRICIA DePETRILI.O's column of the New 
York Times. ARLENE BLOTNER is preparing a lengthy hut rather good 
poem along the lines of "John Jones' body lies a- mouldering in the grave." 
Several of our classmates can he found at the Iniliannpolis Sjieedway. 
REID MILLER is a sporlscaster there; BOB LABUA and PHIL SZKI.IGA 
are drivers! and DAVE RODGERS, ART CAIIALANE, and DAN IIAIGII 
arc mechanics. RICHY FARO is a jockey at Rockingham. PAUL PAYSON 
and BOB HARDACRE arc Registry officers and JERRY POTVIN runs a 
Turkish Bath. JANE DENNIS married our ambassador to soma unpro- 
nounceable country or other. And a lot of our graduates -especially the 
girls— have served in tho Peace Corps: people like CATHY DAWSON, 
DIANE WALKER, JUDI WINDLE, SUSAN WALSH, MARY DEVINE, 
CANDY NASSAR — poor Candy, she disappeared somewhere in the Middle 
Pacific and was never heard from again. A lot of people wanted PRESI- 
DtNf DYtR TO ... 

MM — Dyer? You don't mean ..- 

ME— Of course. DICK DYER. 

MM — Not our . . . 

ME— Of course. Wlu-re have you been? 

MM — (reflectively) I knew his name was Dyer, but I never tliought ... 

(pause) ... Anyway, I'm glad you mentioned Condy, 
ME — I'm not. I haven't eaten in tliree hours, and the very word makes me . . . 
MM — No, no. Candy Nassar. I know what happened to her. That's why I 

came here. 

ME — I know. She's been kidnapped by agents of THRUSH, and you're look- 
ing for the MAN from UNCLE. 
MM — Oh, do be quiet. I came here to find you. 
ME — So what hoppened to her? 

MM Let me start at tho beginning. In the balmy tropics of tho Pacific 
Ocean, just southwest of our slate of Hawaii, lies a small island. It was 
discovered early in 1975 by three sailors, ADMIRAL ERNEST ROY, CAP- 
TAIN LEONARD BRIGGS, and FIRST MATE ROBERT BARIL, who had 
been set adrift by mutineers. They then paddled across tho lagoon to 
where Candy was living. Now Candy has always had dreams of forming 
a master race, and what more perfect specimen is there to start with 
than the Tenney graduate? So the four of them got together and quietly 
began spreading the word among their Class of 196S that there was a jauy 
little island in the Pacific that they had discovered and were calling 
THOPITOPIA. The select group of Tropiloplans gradually increased so that 
now there are about 100 graduates living on the Island. The aillstle styling 



of the homes they built was typically-tropical air coDditiooed grass huts 
planned by such noted designers as DICK DeSlMONE, CRAIG HEMAN, 
STAN BOROWY, and BOB HENLEY. Meanwhile three of the worlds 
most noted architects JOHN BERGERON, PAUL SHAHEEN, and BOB 
NORRIS, collaborated and planned the fantastic layout for the capital. 
Mauii. The styling of the city is outstanding for its graceful lines ol 
simplicity, and the whole thing looka Tcry tropical. All the landscaping for 
the buildings there was done by BOB ORLANDO and JAY CUTICCHIA. 
Plenty of time and money is spent on recreational facilities, and thcy'rc 
beinp rrniiijerni^i'il all the time. Helping with task are TOM CARON. 
DICK NAULT, FRED BEELEY, DICK LATTINVILLE, DICK LO.MBAR 
DO. DICK ST. ONGE. and MIKE ST. LAURENT. Transportation to an.l 
from the modern capital is the responsibility of the Tropitopian Depart- 
ment of Transportation, better known as the *'T.D.T.*' This organization 
has as its leaders giants of the world of high finance and business. 
The chairman of the board is none other than PHILIP McKINNIS. His 
officers, a select group of people meeting the strictest requirements only 
Phil could set up. are JAQUELINE CUILMET, NANCY HENDERSON, 
GAIL POLICELLA, DIANE ABESAMRA, and ROSE JABOUR. In the 
bustling Mauii, one can see the many beautiful stores and exclusive shops 
bordering the streets. Among them are a boutique owned by the partners 
PATRICIA LaFRANCE, JANET VALCOURT, and MARYLIN TULLEY; 
a leather goods shop proprielored by NANCY LANCTOT, VIRGINIA 
AMISS, and DIANA BROWN; and the most luxurious wumens* apparel 
store on the world, J. LUCY. On JOAN's staff of personally trained models 
are ALICE CALLAHAN, CARLOTTA CATALANO, LINDA CONNORS. 
JOAN EARNSHAW, and LINDA CULLEY. On the other side of town 
resides J. J. SABBAGH, HABERDASHER EXCLUSIVE. JOHN'S staff of 
office workers shows careful selection: GAIL KOCZAT, SANDRA MARN- 
lERO, SHEILA O'CONNELL, JILL PORTER, and MAUREEN BESHARA- 
One of John's subsidiary companies, SHAMBERGER-SEDGEWICK, INC-, 
reigning textile manufacturers of Tropitopia, has been partly responsible for 
the wide selection of patterns and radical, tasteful style so indicative of his 
merchandise- Also located in the city of Mauii are the offices of BRUDO 
SEMICONDUCTOR AND THERMOCONTROLS, founded by the famed 
mathematics genius OVIDE BRUDO. Under the supervision of Ovy are 
automatic engineers FRANK FICHERA and RAYMOND FAERBER, elec- 
tronics engineers ORLANDO SALAZAR and BERNIE HADLEY, and in- 
dustrial engineers ALLEN RUDIS and HARRY SIMPSON. The most recent 
contract of the corporation is with CHUCK HABEEB's crew of civilized 
civil engineers WILLIAM RILEY, JIM EATON, and JOE SIFFERLEN. 
Chuck's designed an undersea tunnel to the nearby Hawaii, and he needs 
some automatic devices in the tunnel to keep the drivers' speed under 120 
miles an hour! JOHN NAULT is one of Chuck's apprentices. His job now 
is to change the light bulbs in the fixtures inside the tunnel : he holds 
the bulb whle CARM MARTINESE turns the ladder he's standing on. 
ME— Are there any night clubs ! ? ! 

MM — One of the many exciting activities in Mauii is the nightly entertain- 
ment by the heavenly-voiced KATHY MICHAUD. JOYCE HALDANE, hav- 
ng recovered her voice, has become a familiar sight in the dress shops as 
the evening announcer of fashions. DON MORLEY, BOB PERRAULT, and 
BOB MONETTE have been given an associate degree in physics. They've 
opened a night school for others like themselves who can't seem to asso- 
ciate physics with anything. Just on the outskirts of Mauii JEFF BRINK 
has founded a brand new Judo School. He still teaches the girls how to 
defend themselves in case of advances made by unruly native boys ... 

ME— like Jeff Brink!?! 

MM— Uh-huh. In suburbia life is quite different: It is not unusual to see 
KATHY McROBBIE performing the daily ritual of pulling out fifteen 
little "ashes" every morning. CHARLIE MESSINA has opened a Cordon 
Bleu restaurant that specializes in foreign delicacies. JOYCE GILBERT and 
JOYCE HEALEY arc the attractive hostesses and RONNIE CONDON and 
AL DEBURRO are busy in the Kalakalua Lounge ... 

ME— Lounge?? Doing what? 



MM— The tropitopian newspaper. Pineapple Press, is edited by SUSAN 
YOUNG. Under the management of JOYCE BEELEY are roving reporters 
ELAINE LaFLAMME. CHARLOTTE KATEN, AND SANDRA VIGNAULT. 
who cover the local news, sports, latest advancements, and gossip. Latest 
bulletin has it the BOB CUSCIA'S PLAYBOY CLUB lias formed its own 
set by-laws, constitution and canon. There is no need for a large hospital 
in Tropitopia because the island is absolutely free from disease. However. 
ALAN GRAICHEN takes care of any of the many unforsecn events which 
may occur on Tropitopia. His staff of nurses includes: KATHY BUNCE, 
ANN CROCKER, RONNIE MARTINEAU, and ELAINE LEMIEUX. DOUG 
HALLBAUER has a thriving dental profession going: JUDY INGALLS ami 
GERRY RICKLEY arc his pretty assistants. 

One of Tropitopia's largest industries is the world of its beaches. The entire 
island is surrounded by the most pleasant palm-studded coastline. Reigning: 
over this dream world is the Coconut Queen KAREN JONES with her atten- 
dants CHARLEAH MARTIN and PAT LANGEVIN, the Pineapple Princesses. 
ANN FINDEISEN has opened an exclusive resort area on the beach where 
she conducts the Tropitopian Aqua-ballet School, a culture unique to our 
island. Pro-surfer DAVE WEIDLICH and his crew of birds TOM BRYANT. 
JOHN RUDIS, DAN GROLEAU, MARTY GARABEDIAN, and BILL BUKA. 
can be seen most often socializing with the beach girls. BARBARA BLOUIN 
and CHRIS AKSCYM have a profitable little business teaching the newcomers 
the native dances on the beach. PAULA GOLDBLATT, SUE BLOOD, anil 
CINDY ALEKEL have a novel enterprise — a boarding house for delinquent 
surfer-birds. 

KEN KUZMITSKI. BUDDY WALTON, and BILL COYLE are always busy 
training the Tropitopian Surfing Team for the International Olympics, With 
team members SHEILA RADULSKI, ROSE GIORDANO, and BARBARA 
HEBERT, we expect to come back with a world's championship. BEV 
EATON and JOY DAVIS are the professional masseuses for the poor, sore 
team members who are worked-out every day. STEVE BESHARA gives moral 
support. 

JOHN COCO, noted marine biologist, is always observed seeking new speci- 
mens for ills large museum. Also looking for specimens, but of a different 
nature, is ED MICHAUD, pearl diver. Once a week on every beach there 
must ba a Iiiau and no luan can be successful with out a g<md poi-maker. 
PETER BASHKOIAN has gained a reputation all over the island for his skill 
in making every party a success — no better poi is to be found anywhere. 
HARLAN BRIGGS and RICHARD ASMEGA help to plan the programs of 
the weekly luaus. 

ME — With all the fun and game, when do the kids get a "school-type" 
education ? 

MM — Extensive education is an essential part of the Tropitopian society. 
JULIE McKENZIE is superintendent of the school system and GAIL CIRAS 
is the chairwoman of the school board. Among the qualified and dedicated 
teachers in this cxcellrnt system are PHYLLIS CHIARENZA, JAY HAMI- 
LTON. MARGO MERANIAN, KATHY SCIACCA, KAREN TARDUGNO, 
and JO-ELLEN MILLINAZZO. BOB RICCIO, DAVID PLATT, and DEN- 
NIS LESCARBEAU are the representatives of the Tropitopian educational 
methods in the United States. 

HERB WAITHE is operating IBM Machines to schedule the arrivals and 
departures of the luxury liners of the JOANNE LAUDANI Steamship lines. 
Herb also does JANICE LEE KOEHLER a favor every day by asking the 
computor which colored clothes match well for her. 

Anyway, this is what I've been leading up to : Life in Tropitopia is everything 
anyone could dream for. Why don't you come on down? 

ME — Mmm-mm-m ... I like that idea. Just think, I could Bring Shakes- 
peare to the South Seas ... Hamlet, Othello, Coriolanus, Macbeth 

MM — Oh!! (hurriedly) Well, of course, there are some things I'd better 
warn you about. We aren't entirely free of disease, and it rains every third 
day, and . . . 

ME — No, No, You've convinced me. Just let me go back to the hotel and 

pack a few things, and I'll be right with you. 
MM — . . . the traffic problem is beginning to become unmanageable, and . . . 
FINIS 



Class Will 



by Jeanne Beshara and Raymond Faerber 



Be it remembered that we, the class of 1965 of Tenney Memorial High 

School, Methuen, Massachusetts, being of sound and disposing mind and 
memory, but knowing the uncertainty of this life and being most fully 
aware that we are leaving those classic halls forever, do hert'by make public 
and decree this to be our last will and testament. 

I, Cher>-1 Bower, leave Mr. Rimas a long-playing sports movie so he may 
entertain his next homeroom during activity period. 

I, Louise Coltraro, leave all my bazooka bubble gum and best wishes to my 
home-room teacher. Miss Ruth Lange. 

I, Barbara Shearer, leave "the mouse" in my locker to the next senior 
who will have it. 

I, Joanne Simili. leave my seam ripper to some girl who will be taking 
Home Economics next year in hopes she won't make as many mistakes as 
I did. 

I, Judy Edwards, leave to Janet Laurie the job of finding Mr, Melia*9 
lettering brush. 

I, Gail Koczat, leave my black cat and broomstick to Mr. Fradette to 
depress him on sunny days. 

I, Kathleen Michaud, leave to Mrs. Morgan rubber covers to put on the 
bottom of her screeching chairs. 

I, Pat Haigh, leave to Mai Fielding all my unused pa»scs. 

I, Ann Marie Gioseffi, leave all my broken mirrors in the circular file 
(waste basket) . 

I, Jill Porter, leave my melal cage, bettor known as a locker, to any 
junior that can be forced in as I was. 

I, Joyce Haldane, leave my non-existing voice to some loudmouth 
junior. 

I, Joanne Pearson, leave to Judy Lippold all the fun I have had durinj; 
high school. 

I, Linda Nimmo, leave the wonderful school lunches. 
I, Esther Eddy, leave my giggle to Mr. Kuston. 
I, Marie Carta, leave to Mr. Jones all the talks we have shared. 
I, Judy Jaskot. leave Mrs. Morgan all the jokes we have shared. 
I. Phyllis Stoker, leave to Miss Ruth Lange my long-used duplicating 
nachinc. 

We, Joanne Kitson, Beverly Jordan, Carol DeLucca, and Jane Deoiiia, leave 
Mr. Rushton $100 worth of newspapers for his everyday use. 

We, Barbara Blouin. Karen Jones, and Judy Ingalls. leave to any junior trio 
all the fun and exciting times we have had during our senior year. 

I, Jo-Ellen Milinazzo, leave to Kathy O'Connell the rest of my yellow spray 
paint to be used as best she knows how. 

I, John Michaud, leave to Mrs. Locaby one worn planc-o-graph. 

0, Tom Meyers, leave to Miss Zannini all my ink splattered biology 
notes. 

1, Paula Goldblatt, leave to Mary Pritchard the balance of $81.97 and n few 
unpaid bills with which to use up the money. 

I, Rosalie Giordano, leave to the next year's senior class secretary one 
slightly doodled-on notebook. 

I, Stella Rogelis, leave to Tenncy High one brother and one sister. 

We, the Yearbook Slaff of 1965, leave to the Torch Staff of 1966 one 
air*conditioned Yearbook office complete with IBM computer, shapely secre- 
taries, and a year's supply of goof balls. 

I, Mary Ann Grosser, leave my funny bone to Jani-t Wagner and my fickle 
disposition to Nancy Russell. 

I, Cynthia Alckel, leave to next year's Class actress one large sure -to -do* 
thc-trick safety pin with hopes that she has better luck than I did in se- 
curing her straps. 

I, Chrrylle Ackrnyd, leave to the girls on my lunch table the right to eat 
all their lunch without giving any to scrounging frirndtt. 

I, Christine Aksryn, leave to Tenney High my brother Paul in hopes it can 
do more with him than I cuuM. 



I, Marilyn Tulley, leave a cluster of scrap paper to Mr. Jennings *ho mv^ 
everyone in our homertH>ui pick them up off the flo^*r. 

I. Veronica Martineau. leave to the most deserving girl the title ol *'M««t 
absent-minded." 

I, Phil McKianis. leave to Mrs, Monroe a life-time supply of cartridges Ku 
her ink pen. 

I, Candy Nassar. leave to the Torch editor of 1966 the book entitled. "How 
To Understaad Your Btvs«." 

I, Rick Faro, leave to Mr. Rushton one lockage of salem cigarette*, 

I. Robert Samperi, leave an untouchable record of 2W no date*. 

I, James Eaton, leave ray signature in all the library books 1 took out. 

I, Michael Mesrobian, leave to n»y understanding friend, W. Earl 
Lister, one ball of "Silly putty" in the hope that he will do a better job 
of bouncing it around his office than I did. 

I, Slukey Graham, leave all my wild ties to any junior hoy craiv enough to 
wear them. 

I, Tom Bryant, leave five feet of brake rubber from my rompin*. »tompin' 
scooter to Jack Harnish and Kalherine Cantillion. 

I. Alan Shafer. leave to Jon McQuillan all the football equipment he can 
swipe from under Mr. McDermotl's mvse. 

1, Frank Fichera, leave to the junior girls niy fun-lovin' thing called 
Willie. 

I, John Nault, leave a trunkload of uiunentionablem for next year's ski 
trip and please leave your skiis at home. 

I. Froggy, leave "four flat tire" prediction to my beloved physics 
teacher in inenioriaui of the unscrupulously unjust 3 day as!>it:nnu'nt to study 
hall land, 

1, John Ramaska, leave one dilapidated physics book full of unsolved 
problems to some illustrious physics student. 

We. the senior members of the track team, leave one iin^ss of ciiinrette 
butts and one can opener to the junior members. 

I, Jo LeClair, leave to Phil Sparta one shady tree at the Neil Playstead 
to be sat beneath during track practice in June, 

We, the senior members of the varsity basketball team, Bob. Jay, Dick. 
Bill, Tom, and Herb, leave Mrs, Edson a new lock for her ice cream chest to 
keep Scott Blaney and his marauding juniors out. 

I, Ken Kuzmitski. leave to Paul Acksyn a pair of binoculars lo keep an eye 
on his sister while I'm in New York. 

We, Mary Murphy and Elaine Monfele, leave Mr. Uu!>lilon a slack of old 
newspapers to read during all Law classes. 

We Jay Hamilton and Pete Hayhow, leave our two intellectual scats to two 
of next year's lucky pupils of Mr. Russell's fourth period chemistry class. 

We. Diane Walker and Carol Diodali, leave Robert Torben our great 
chemistry minds with hopes that he will be as great a success as wo were. 

We, Elaine Lemicux and Veronica Marlincau. leave Mr. Pappalardo n 
"neat" locker, homeroom periods without French class and an "organiird" 
history class. 

I, Charlotte Katcn. leave to my sister I.ynne my bottlecap collection. 

I, Joyce Beeley, leave to my sister Dollie all the dangers of llie so 
called safe game of volleyball. 

We, the senior cheerleaders, leave lo next year's squad all the hard 
practice, sore legs, and fun. 

I, Sheila Radulski, leave Mr. Ralph my hillbilly hat lo keep his head 
warm. 

I, Judy MIechko, leave to my baby sister, Carole, Miss Bailey. 

We, Linda Dial and Pal Lambert, leave Diane Kanla a big hole lo lUI. 

Wc the seniors in Mr. Hagerly's math classes, leave him one year's sub- 
■cription lo Bride Magazine. 

We. Martin Garabedian and Danny Crollau, leave Miss Sherman a fre< 
math course at "C St G's school of hardknocks." 

I. Anne Crocker, leave lo A| Gralehen, a deserving junior French 



•tud^roi, the privilcfc of arfuiof with Mr. Cafoe each French period. 

I, Rhonda FlfmioK, Iravc Pal Bardtlcy one pillow which wai used by her 
id«]. 

I, MadHfrine Lalumirrr, l^ave njy old blue syta auit to Jane Macaionc. 

X, Linda Normand. leave one uaed and abused bialory book to Rick Laudani 
to ilrufglc through by himtelf next year. 

If Nancy Lanctot* leave to any junior all my iS words from the aenior 
play, in hopes (hat the long hours of mrmorization ipcnt on them will hrlp 
to make the play a succeas. 

t, John Sabhagh, leave Mr. Fradette my pin-up of Liz Taylor. 

I, Maureen Brahara, leave two shriveled cheerinc poma to aome future- 
cheerleader. 

We. the senior majoretica, leave lo oext year's aquad nine paira of crump- 
led'Up marching boots. 

I, Nancy Karlin, leave a year's supply of coffee and doughnuts to Mr. 
Burke. 

I, Joan Napoli, If-avr my nickname "Bubbles" to anyone who can live up to 
my vpulation. 

I, Carl Winters, leave Mr. Cocble*a room quietly. 

I, Pal Mot tram, leavr one of my most valuable possessions, my beauti- 
ful typing folder, to Mrs. Morgan. 

f, Carol Elward, leave to any of miss Coulson's next year's classes aU 
my business letters that I had to do ovrr. 

I, Nancy Rainville, leave Mr. Lister my Irish cousin Donna McDonald. 

J, Barbara For bet, lesve Miss Coutson all my runny nylons that I havi- 
ruioed on the chairs in her room. 

I, Joan Lucy, leave Bob Whitaker three strands of genuine black hair to 
hv pairitril white, 

f, Judie Blais, leave the pleasure and all the fun lo the person who gets 
elected to make the flowers for the Prom of *66« 

I, Carol MaliKnaggi, leavi; Mr. Ziminski some glass beakers to replace the 
many I havr broken while wanhing the boards for him. 

I, Patricia Cote, leave my orange sneakers called "wingf r dinK<'rH" to Minn 
Bailey to give to the fastest runner. 

I, Karen Calteau, leave my sister Melanie my empire waist dresses. 

I, Terry Donahue, leave my brother to Charlotte Spinello. 

I, Kathy O'Brien, leave one navy blue jacket with kelly green lining to 
Big Jim. 

I, Lynda Kelilmon, Irnve a Wrhstrr's Dictionary to a des^TvinR junior ii» 
one of Mr. McDcrmott'a study classes. 

I, Judy Collins, alias Jarkie Summers, Irave to ihe incoming seniors the 
right (o have thi-ir own on-the-spot news correspondent. 

We. Judy, .Sandy, Pal, end Sandy, the Cadet secretaries, leave the con- 
fusion and frustration of Ihe Cadet supply room to all future secretaries. 

I, Alice Smith, leave a lypewritrr for "Little Toeo" so she can be typing 
away at 1 :1S every day. 

I, Sandra Lee Vignault. leave to any deservinc senior girl c>f *66 my 
position as secretary for Mr. Burke. 

I, Barbara Bevln, leave Pat Bardsley all my A*s in senior math. 

I, Joyce Cllberl, leave lo Ihe most unsuspecting senior cheerleader one 
pair of soaking wet poms, one pound of cough dropa, one tube of Ben 
Cay, and one book entitled, "How To Ruin A Cheering Squad In Ten Easy 



Lessons." 

I, Diane Abesamra, leave to next year'a cheerleaders all the fun and 
excitement of meeting new people and of cheering for Teoney Htgh'a great 
teams. 

I. Gail Policella, leave Phil Sparta Ihe opportunity to ask someone to his 
prom, and also the memories of the few great times we shared at Tenney. 

We, Janice, Lindy, Carlotta, Alice, and Charlotte, leave Mr. McComisky 
a year's subscription to Mad Magazine. 

I, Shirley Simoes, leave my brother Ronoy the blackboard in room 220 
equipped with water, pail, and sponge. 

I, Margaret Meranian, leave all the paper in the school to Maryalice 
Peters, better known as "Pete," for her long notes. 

I, Joy Davis, leave to Donna Bakios one more enjoyable year in our 
illustrious orchestra, that she may play the overture in good comfort and 
health. 

I, Barbara Hebert, leave my brother Bobby and incoming sophomores all 
the fun and good times I have had with our terrific band on conclaves 
and field days. 

We, Pete Hayhow and Carol Holt, leave all the teasing that wo 
received from certain teachers to some deserving junior couple. 

I. Susan Blood, leave my brother Bill my locker # 186 with a 60" pin-up 
of me inside. 

I, Daniel A. Donahue, leave to next year's baseball captain my fine baiting 
average of .176 and hope it will bring him as much happiness as I have had 
with it. 

I, Cathy Dawson, leave to the Field Hockey team my position of left 
halfback to some lucky, fortunate person. 

We, Jane Donovan and Linda Connors, leave our positions on the major- 
ette squad lo two capable underclassmen. 

I, Barbara Nannis, leave one dozen eggs to some senior girl so that Mr. 
Fradette can bake her a walnut cake. 

I, Diane Diodali, leave my cousin Susan Diodati, my place in front of the 
mirror in the second floor ladies* room. 

I, Elaine Balcius, leave to the janitors all the crumpled straws Steve 
Beshara has artistically crushed. 

I, Joan Earnshaw, leave all my milk bottles to Jimmy Fuller. 

I, Maureen Ferris, leave Mr. McDermott and his moods to the juniors in 
period 3. 

I, Daniel R. Donahue, leave to some deserving junior my brush so he will 
be able to take over my job at the garbage io the cafeteria. 

I, Carmen Martinese, leave to Miss Zannini, the ability that I possess to 
become great. 

I, Ken Bogannam, leave, after four long, hard years of English, Mr. Rimas. 

I, Diana Browo* leave to Paula Pagleuso my pass forging kit, equipped 
with pencil, eraser, passes, and a leather carrying case for her convenience. 

I, Jacki Simone, leave my Italian nationality to some poor unfortunate 
Frenchman. 

I, Vicki Crawford, leave to my brother Jimmy all the joys and hardships 
of being an "uppcrclassman." 

Presented and witnessed this seventh day of June in the year of our Lord, 
One Thousand Nine-Hundrrd and Sixty-Five. 



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